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My battery is good. When I turn my key switch nothing happens. No power at all. Nothing comes on, lights, flashers,dash - nothing. I have checked all fuses. Ground wire is connected.

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SOURCE: 2003 suzuki intruder volusia, no power

this model has an immobiliser check you are using correct key and it has been programed

Posted on Jun 17, 2009

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SOURCE: battery good, bike dead

At first glance sounds like the battery is bad. The voltage you read across a battery with no load is not a good way to test. Batteries should always be load tested. Also if you still have the original battery from a 2003 bike you definitely need to replace it.

Posted on Jul 27, 2009

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Did you check the fuse at the starter relay?
This is main system fuse and not in the fuse panel with the other sub-system fuses.

Posted on Aug 15, 2009

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SOURCE: Intruder not starting.

You are in neutral, clutch pulled in, kick stand up when you push the button?

Check the voltage on the starter side of the solenoid when you press the start button. Your solenoid may need service or replacement. You may also be able to jump over the solenoid with a heavy cable brom the battery to see if the starter will run.

Try either, MAKE @#$%@ SURE you are in N and the clutch is pulled in before you try this stunt.

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SOURCE: 2007 750 gsxr shut off while riding, no electric power

Check your power commander if your bike has it. It''s the heart of gsxr.

Posted on May 26, 2010

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