Question about Suzuki GSX-R 1000 Motorcycles
You need to locate the main fuse. It may be in the main box with the other fuses. On the bikes I am familiar with they put it on the starter solenoid. Your owners manual will tell you where it is. If the main fuse blows you lose everything. The only other thing that causes the condition you mention is a broken connection in the battery. Testing the cells shows a full charge but no juice comes out. You have to load test the battery to find out if the battery is bad. You could jump the bike from another battery(with the other vehicle turned off)if your bike lights up , this would tell you your battery was broken internally.
Posted on Sep 15, 2010
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