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I shorted the mane fuse on accident and now non of the bike works anymore. i don't no what to do

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Off the ignition switch then change the fuse and then switch on, if it doesnt work check your starting circuit cut-off relay

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Now, depending on what make and model of your bike is, determnes where you need to look. I work mostly on Harley's as that's what I've been working with since 1966. I find Harley's simplier to work on as they don't change as often as the Japanese bikes do. If your bike has a fuse box and it's not blowing any fuses other than the main fuse, the problem is most likely between the battery and that main fuse box. You really need to find a schematic of the wiring on your bike. Good Luck!

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Have you checked the fuses that you just replaced? Something caused those fuses to burn, what? If you have a short in the ciruit, you may have already blown the fuses you just replaced. That's what I don't like about fuses. You blow so many of them while trouble shooting the circuit. Circuit breakers are much better in my opinion. You just listen for the "click" when it opens up meaning you still have a short somewhere. To find out about anymore fuses that may be in the bike, you'll need a wiring diagram. Might be time to purchase that service manual. If you use the book to repair just one problem on your bike, the book has paid for itself. Labor rates are very high these days.

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