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Suzuki GSR600 fuse? problem

If i switch on to start myGSR i have no horn no blinkers no rev counter no fuel gauge no brake lights no side lights no dash lights but if i turn the switch to park they work is the fault a fuse or is it the switch

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They wouldn't have a second set of fuses for that park position so by what you said all the fuses are good. so i would say disconnect battery and then disconnect all wire harness' going straight from the switch and take a look at both sides for looseness, corrosion, bent, pushed or broken pins. you should get some electrical contact cleaner spray.. and clean up the connections if corroded or dirty... then spray a "little" WD-40 into each half and a "little" in the key assembly this cleans out any moisture and will help in reconnecting the connectors. if this doesn't fix it you may have a bad switch assembly.

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