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Tried to install a headlight modulator in a 2011 Triumph Sprint GT. now I have no power whatsoever, battery drained replaced with a new battery and still no horn, lights, or power

Tried to install a headlight modulator, the initial hookup worked until I tried to customize the fit inorder to reuse the rubber bulb protectors. Then the bike ble the 20amp fuse in the headlight location. Followed by a complete drain of the battery. Overnight charge at the battery was still dead. New battery and charged and still nothing. No lights , horn , dash lights nothing.

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    Mark H Apr 17, 2014

    I got it sorted, there is another line off of the batter on the positive lead that also has a fuse. This one was blown also, changed it out and my baby is up and running. That guys for your help.

  • Mark H
    Mark H Apr 17, 2014

    Yes Steve, 30 Amp fuse in a separate box thanks for your help

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It sounds like another fuse is blown or possibly a relay. Check all of them, if none are bad, then make sure your battery cables are good, use a test light to check them. Its more then likely a bad relay though. Good luck !

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