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I need to get the fuse that is on the positive battery terminal connection. Where can I get one?

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You have to go to a Honda dealer to get there special flat fuse or go to an auto store and rewire the bike main fuse and solder in a more common push fuse assembly so you can purchase the fuse anywhere. If you ever need a starter solenoid you can purchase an inexpensive Yamaha solenoid (about $35 instead of $100) But you have to rewire the main fuse to do it. If you stay with the stock set up buy at least buy two fuses , there is a place to store the spare fuse under the main fuse cover on the side of the solenoid.

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Also from the way you connected the tester, between battery terminal and battery clamp, you are measuring amps drawn. So you are measuring the amperage drain of the things which are still connected and running.

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It sounds like you have blown the main fuse . Change the main fuse and before connecting your battery i would run a quick check over the bike to make sure that no wires are earthed . the best way is to take a ohm meter and check that the positive terminal is not in contact with the frame of the bike anywhere . Just put the ohm meter in series ( one terminal to the positive of the bike and the other terminal from the meter to the bike frame of motor . If the meter does not show anything , the fuse is blown or no contact between the positive and the frame/motor If the meter shows some reading , it means that the frame /motor is in contact with the positive of your battery and you need to test the harness ( wiring loom of the bike for any faults .) Best of luck and let me know how you go .

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