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2003 vl 1500 no power no lights,has power at main fuse and power to the key switch but nothing turns on have power on out side of switch on 3 wires orange has power grey has and brown has orange and red does not and that goes to igniter no lights or anything??

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this model has an immobiliser check you are using correct key and it has been programed

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SOURCE: I have a 2000 suzuki intruder 1500. When I turned

could be a bad connection to the battery or the starter solinoid cant think how to spell it but its where the positive battery wire hooks up

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SOURCE: I have a 2003 Suzuki VL800 turned the key on

Sounds like a possible stuck relay, a bad connector or low battery amperage. Try this to help troubleshoot. Put a volt meter on your battery and check voltage with key off, should be 12.2v at least, turn the key on and check,---then hit the starter switch---you should see a drop in voltage as the battery power goes to the starter---if no voltage drop then power is not going across your start switch. Of course, make sure battery is at full charge, has no dead cells, terminals are clean and tight, and especially the ground. Many times i have found the ground cable going to the frame in bad shape, (you can't see the corrision, u have to remove the cable) this will cause all kinds of problems... no start being one of them. I hope this helps, let me know what you find.

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Did you check the fuse at the starter relay?
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Hi and welcome to the site,

Almost always, your desribed problem indicates a blown main fuse. The main fuse holder is usually integrated with the starter motor relay. To locate this relay, follow the big cable from the battery's + terminal.

Others to check would be the battery cables and the harness / connector leading to the ignition switch.

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There is a master fuse. It is 30 amps and is located at the side of the starter motor relay. To determine the location of this relay, follow the wire from the + terminal of the battery. The main fuse is responsible for supplying all the electrical power of the bike except for the starter itself.

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