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PUT IN A NEW BATTERY. BIKE WILL NOT START. NO POWER. NO LIGHTS. FUZES LOOK GOOD. HOW TO TRACE THE WIRING. TO FIND THE PROBLEM SO THE BIKE WILL START AND RUN.

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Check earth wire from battery is good

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    What is the earth wire

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