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1999 Ninja zx7r, loose wire connection coming from ignition, shuts all power off completely- can i replace just connector? How?

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  • jmcmillen31 Jun 16, 2009

    This is the wiring coming directly out of the ignition, i can wiggle it a certain way and have a connection temporarily until it moves again breaking contact. Is the fuse your referring to attached directly underneath the ignition column?

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I don't think so. It is a common problem with them as they get older. If the problem occurs, and you remove the left side cover. and tap on the fuse block then it is the fuse block. I think your model has sealed relays inside the fuse block (two plugs on the bottom). Not repairable.

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