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Suzuki 2006 boulevard motorcycle running lights dont work. is there an in line fuse all other fuses good. have no power to the running light switch either.

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Hi, Edwin and the usual suspects are:
1. Bulbs are burnt out.
2. Light circuit fuse was blown.
3. Faulty ignition switch.
4. Faulty, corroded or cut wire connector, pins, sockets etc. in the running light circuit.
5. Loose, broken or corroded common ground.
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SOURCE: Troubleshooting 2005 Suzuki Boulevard C50 Motorcycle, Support & S

there is a set of fuses ....... when standing facing the side of the bike that has the clutch on it.... look down at the section of bodywork rearmost (closest to the rear wheel) this section can be unscrewed. in this you will find the relay for the starter motor and the indicators. as well as a small box type containing a number of fuses.

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Remove the leads that connect to the horn. Then, using a spare set of jumper wires, connect the horn directly to the battery. If the horn sounds, check the switch. If the horn does not sound, replace the horn.

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it works off heater fuse and has relay which you found and is good .the problem is a breake in the heating elements in the window. they can be fixed w/out replacing window . check each element in window w/ohm meter .put aluminum foil around the pos. lead on meter to check the wire.

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