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2007 GSXR750- The bike was stored in the garage over the winter and I started it several months ago. Now I re-charged the battery and when I turn the key to start the bike, the ignition light will not turn on. The bike is just dead. The battery is good but just nothing happens. I checked the fuses and the fuses are good. What should I do?

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Recheck the battery conections, undoing them clean them and then replace them, it may be that when you put the battery on charge if you didnot remove it from the bike you may have blown the main fuse, this is not the fuse located in the fuse box, it is the fuse located at the starter solenoide, follow the poss red wire from the battery to the solenoide, here you will find where the wires attach to the solenoide, a fuse located under a plastic cover, supplys ignition power, i trust you have done a thorough test on the battery. ? Paul

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