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Hello, i was changing the tail light to a aftermarket light with turn signals and when i pluged it in my bike turned off but when i restarted it the dash display does'nt light up but all the signals in the front work. i think i blew a fuse how or where can i look to see if thats the problem?

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Check your LH side cover under the Rectifier or if not there look by your instrument panel there should be a plastic cover you can open up. Good enough for free advise? Another quick way is to query a Honda dealer mechanic an to show you where it is. Good?

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