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Charging system failure suzuki c90 2005

I need to know the location of the fuse block and diagrams for charging system

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  • Anonymous Mar 20, 2014

    attempting to locate the fuse panel

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My Clymer manual has good diagrams.
The 30 amp fuse that protects the charging system on my '07 C90T is located behind the left upper cover. Yours is the same.
You have to remove the steering head cover and the chrome speedometer section to get to it.
Yep. blow the fuse on a trip and you better have tools so you can get to it.

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    Robert Emerson Apr 08, 2014

    You guys are the best. Not knowing where fuses exist means a lot. Thanks again

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30 amp fuse protects charging system located under speedo cover

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