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2006 Suzuki Boulevard c50. Main 30 amp fuse blows as soon as the start button is hit.

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Find the starter solenoid & remove the small lead get a jump wire & hold it on the battery lead then touch it to where you removed the small lead, if starter engages your problem is in the starter trip curcut

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Sounds like the starter is shorted out or the bike was tried to start when battery was near dead and the starter is engagaed if starter is engagaed put it in gear and bump(push the bike ) it a few times forward and back this should disengage the starter if it still blows fuses the you may have a shorted windings in the starter and it will need to be rebuilt

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  • Jay S Dec 02, 2014

    The fuse will pop now without even turning the key on. Earlier you had to turn it on than it would pop when you hit the start button.

  • guy dubeau Dec 03, 2014

    ok take the starter wire off make sure it is not touching anything you can put a piece of tape on it if you need too once this is done replace the fuse and you can press the starter button if fuse doesn't blow then you now know it is the starter get it rebuilt

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