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Dead bike . tried to grank. made a POP SOUND UNDER SEAT. EVERYTHING WENT DEAD. (i CHECKED MAIN FUSES) NOW NO POWER AT ALL TO ELECTRICS

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Posted on Jan 02, 2017

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SOURCE: bike is completely dead

Could be the relay switches such as the flasher relay etc. Wiring could also be the problem. A shorted positive wire on the chassis (negative) can have a negative effect on all the other circuits.

Posted on Mar 15, 2009

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SOURCE: hi guys i just bought a a 91 zx750 and the bike is dead

start with the battery and check the fuses around .
did you check as well that your cut off switch is not damaged and may earth itself .
power issue s like this one you will have to work from the battery and work your way away from it .
check all wiring for bare wires that may contact the frame .
What you may have to do also is really look at where the bike has got damage and look around for cut wires or damage items .

Posted on Sep 27, 2009

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SOURCE: Accidentally wiring the battery in reverse has killed electrics!

When you do such things, you generally blow what is called a fuse link. I can't find a manual to suit your machine. Follow the positive wire from the battery, you should come across what looks like a couple of little boxes with a piece of wire in the middle. This is the link. It is put into machines to prevent major damage if you happen to make a mistake. If you cannot find this, then it is an auto electrician job.

Posted on Jan 05, 2010

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SOURCE: I have a 2004 kawasaki

If the battery is good you may want to inspect the wiring towards the switches on the handle bar. These wires are grouped together, so it is likely that both component may be affected. The other item is the switches. Check for worn out wires, terminals or loose connections. Other than that have the relays tested. It may be bad relays.

Below is a guide on how to test your relay.

http://www.kawiforums.com/how-tos-faqs/151951-test-relay.html

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