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No headlight,signal light,tail lights, or speedometer power.

I was riding the bike and it just quit. battery was very warm. let it cool down and it started again but with no power to my lights or speedometer or odometer. also sounds as though it is only running on one cylinder. have narrowed it down to maybe stator or cdi box but would like a second opion. can anyone help me out. thanks.

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Id say it was a fuse or maybe cdi box take an ohm meter and check it out man see what happends

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