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CBR will not show any signs of power when key is turned to on position. I have a new battery and brand new RR. Any suggestions?

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Clip the negative probe of a voltmeter to the negative clamp on the battery. Starting with the positive post of the battery use the positive probe to find how far the positive goes.

The post, then the part connected to the post, then the other end of that wire, then any fuses that "other end" is attached to, and so on.

Ensure that (+) is getting to the ignitions switch.

You just have to track it down.

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