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No power to the ignition

Yes im not getting any juice to my ignition are my dash and i have a hot battery is there more fuses than just the ones by the oil filler?

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Take the left side neck cover off and check the power connectors. That is where the problem is. They have a problem staying together

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I had the same problem with my bike. it was a piched wire on the handle bar under the starter/on/off assy.

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Coils could be bad. Usually located under the tank. 2 of them.

Posted on May 21, 2009

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