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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
hi, if you have not yet fixed the problem , the fuse box is located underneath the left sidecover in front of the left sattlebag youll need to remove the bag to get the side cover off ck the fuses thats all it should be ,prolly what happened was a bulb went bad and shorted the circut blowing the fuse for them theyre on the same fuse as the tach and speedo
Posted on Apr 27, 2009
Make sure your rear brake pedal has freeplay in it. when you slowly push the lever down by hand you should be able to feel some freeplay. if not the the reason it keeps staying on is because the vibration of the motor is actually pumping up your brake ( light too ) and not releasing it until it bleeds off the pressure.
Posted on Jun 27, 2009
might check alt.out put but check batt connections first get a book and follow the directions to ck AC output youll need to rev the motor some unless you have a three phase alt.which you might ,the book will tell you
Posted on Apr 29, 2010
SOURCE: engine light on start up
if you are no longer setting a current code then I would not worry ! Your system will send the fault to historic after 50 run cycles and you will no longer have the engine light coming on the second time
Posted on Jul 23, 2010
It sounds like you're tripping a main breaker for some reason. The main breaker should be mounted under the seat or wherever the fuses are located on that model. Put your finger on the breaker or hold your ear close to it in order to make sure that is the "click" you're hearing. If so, you've got a short somewhere directly to ground. You'll need a schematic to help find it. If none of your other fuses are blown, it won't be in any of those circuits. It'll be somewhere else. I'd start looking where the wires leave the frame and to the front end. A lot of flexing going on in that area.
Posted on Aug 01, 2010
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