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Hi ,Can anyone tell me if they are more than one fuse on this bike ,I am getting No power when I turn the key on,do the voltage go to the Reg/Rectifier then to the dash Help please

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  • Robert McDermott May 18, 2017

    Sorry I'm not familiar with that brand of bike. Best to get a owners manual for it. Hope you get it.



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What kind of bike ? Make, Model & Year ?
No, the Battery Red Positive goes to the main fuse before anything. Follow it to the Starter solenoid probably & there is a Main Fuse sometimes on the solenoid. If not then there is a smaller red wire that leads from there to the main fuse. Most bikes have a number of other fuses in a separate box elsewhere on the bike But not too far from the main.

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Testimonial: "Hi Robert thank you for helping its a Palmo three wheel the Moto mojo is the same bike its 2009 I check and saw one fuse by the battery and it were good I check the wires and did not fine anything but something is bad."


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