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My 2005 kawasaki ninja 636 wont start i was charging the battery and it made a pop noise and now nothing turns on when i turn the key

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The Kawasaki has a main fuse, located in the starter relay. Follow the red battery cable from the battery to a small plastic box. This box should have two large wires and a plastic cap, Under this cap is the main fuse. Pull that and see if it is blown and replace it if she is.

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CHECK ALL YOUR FUSES. INCLUDING THE ONES IN THE SIDE PANELS, THERE SHOULD BE A 25 AMPS. ON TOP OF THE BATTERY YOU MIGHT HAVE THE REST.

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