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No power to the cluster or ignition

No power to the cluster, or ignition. only power to the lights

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Hi and welcome to FixYa,

Initially, check the turn signal / side-stand relay in the fuse box or its connectors / contacts. Verify presence of IGN +12 on wires:

  • orange / white;
  • orange / black; and
  • orange / yellow.
Pls post back results of voltage checks.

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