Question about 1999 Suzuki GSX 600 F (Katana)
Get or make a test light and start tracking. This light needs a wire to ground and a probe. Wire in series, through the bulb.
Clamp ground end on the negative battery terminal. touch probe end to positive termimal, and witness light illuminate. (<< Done at the start of each testing evnet, really annoying to be treaking stuff with a dead light..).
So now you move the probe along your wiring, and witness power along the way. Eventually, the light will not light, and that is an area to explore.
Now, the types of areas that need testing are multiplugs, switches, and terminal blocks.. You cannot get to everywhere, but you do need to get at the key switch area....Your bike may have a main fuse. If this has failed, something pretty heavy is wrong, somewhere. you need to handle BOTH things. Not always easy access. Look for places where stuff moves, flexes, or is exposed to water.
Posted on Oct 10, 2010
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