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I have a 99 gsxr750 and i hit a bump it started blowing the fuel fuse so i put all new fuses in it and i turn the key on and i have no power but my batt is good ??? someone told me the rectifier was going bad b4 this happend could that be the no power prob

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No the dc power in the battery isnt controlled by the rectifier,as the rectifier converts ac to dc. You need to find the fuse that is blown. There may be damage to some wire as well, the bump could have left some wire in a pinch.All the fuses are not in one place so test all aof the fuses..There could be an ignition wire off, if so hook it back up.

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