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Sag my bike is acting really weird it died so i tried to get a jump start to my truck and it worked out my battery charged but i blew the main fuse and sinse then the electrical seems messed up it has trouble starting it wont with just the clutch pulled in in down to getting it in nuetral with the kickstand down and starting it that way its the only way it will do you think i totally messed up my computer system or could it be something simple

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It could be your clutch switch

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