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Last night I went to start my 2005 FJR. I rode the bike just a few hours before without incident. I insert the key, turned it and the lights came on full power, the tach and speed odometer - powered up fine and then all electrical power stoped. Both needles stopped half way through their power up sequence, no power at all. Any ideas?

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    makes sense thanks I will try replacing it

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