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Bike wouldn't start after atempting to fix rear signal light.

I have a 2001 Hayabusa, my rear signal light would come on then go out. When attempting to locate the problem by unhooking the wire to the signal light, the bike wouldn't crank or light up at all. Could someone please help me.

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