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02 suzuki volusia wont start battery good but nothing happens when key turn to start

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Check your fuse box, your main fuse is probably blown. Some times the main fuse is located on or by the starter solenoid. If all the fuses are good you may be having problems with a dirty or broken contact base on your ignition switch.

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