Question about Motorcycles
The battry is fully charged but nowt powers up
I presume you have previously checked that all connections are clean and tight. I presume you have also checked all the fuses with a volt/ohm meter. I also presume your ignition switch is not defective and you know this because YOU checked its operation.
If the battery is in fact fully charged and all connections are clean and tight and all fuses are intact, and your devices (indicators, motors, etc) are all in working order - you have missed something. I would suggest you double check the ground from the battery. With a contunitity checker, verify that you have a solid ground from all parts of the motorcycle frame to the battery negative terminal. Double check the connections on the starter solenoid whre the PLUS side of the battery connects.
After you check and prove all these things, if you still have a problem, add your comments to this thread. I will look again.
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Posted on Dec 02, 2012
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
There may be some fuses or power relays either behind the dash or near the battery compartment. One of those might be bad.
Posted on Sep 12, 2012
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