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Where's fuse for light bar - 2005 Suzuki Boulevard C90

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If you plan on keeping bike get the manual (used cheap).The time manual will save you a lot (time ,grief,money).If added option (light etc.) go ask at bike serce dept. or local small shop.Plus you get to know your local shop folks.Good Luck! onion-pan~pan-k

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