Question about 2006 Victory Vegas Jackpot
I have a 2006 Victory Jackpot and broke my clutch sensor (the one that keeps you from starting the bike without the clutch engaged) replacing a clutch cable. I have replaced the sensor, but now the bike won't start. I burn out the ignition fuse everytime I turn the ignition on. I turn the key, the lights come on for a few seconds, and then the fuse burns and everything dies. Anyone have any ideas on how I can diagnose this problem? Help!!!
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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i just live a couple of miles away from spirit lake iowa where they make these bikes. and have friend that work there. . i have tried to get manuals but the factory ones are the best one out there . and it might cost you a little but it would be better than a poor manual that would give wrong specs.
just a little word of advice.
good luck paul
Posted on Jan 02, 2009
i had the same problem last winter. my problem was the bat. had power but not enough to open the injectors. might want to take a look at that. jump the bike and try to start it.
Posted on Mar 24, 2009
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