Question about 1995 kawasaki GPZ 1100
Attempted first start of year, hooked up battery and had good power to the bike. As I was tightening the battery terminals, I heard a click and lost all power. I checked all fuses under the seat and all is good. There is a relay or module bear the battery with a 30 amp fuse and that is ok also. Is it possible that I blew a relay or module ???
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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Posted on Nov 18, 2009
When you do such things, you generally blow what is called a fuse link. I can't find a manual to suit your machine. Follow the positive wire from the battery, you should come across what looks like a couple of little boxes with a piece of wire in the middle. This is the link. It is put into machines to prevent major damage if you happen to make a mistake. If you cannot find this, then it is an auto electrician job.
Posted on Jan 05, 2010
I doubt that jump starting your machine would have cooked your fuel pump.Does the machine still turn over if not you may have cooked the E.M.U if so the easiest way to check the fuel pump is to unplug it from the loom useing two suitable lengths of wire conect the pump directly to the battery if the the pump emits hum it is working & you will need to check your wireing for possible burns you say the fuses all checked ok I can only assume that you only cheked the fuses by eye in which case it is not allways easy to tell a fuse is blown by visual inspection the only proof positive way is with a multimeter. Another simple test is to bridge the fuse holder first remove the fuse then useing a short piece of wire (no more than fifteen amp you dont want cook the system if there is a fault elsewhere) bare the wire at each end & place it in where the fuse normaly resides turn on the Ignition if the pump comences to function discard offending fuse insert a new one & of you go. hope you are in the wind again soon
Posted on Mar 08, 2010
SOURCE: 2003 kawasaki 1500 fi nomad
Ok, locate and check the fuse at the starter solenoide, this is the main power fuse, follow the red battery lead until you locate the solenoide, here you should find under a cover a 30 amp fuse, hope this helps , paul
Posted on Feb 27, 2011
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