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I have a 76 Honda CB750four. All of a sudden I get no power when I turn on the ignition key. The battery is charged and it had been running just fine a few minutes earlier. I figure I've got a loose wire some where but I'm not an electrician and the wiring diagram might as well be in Latin. Is there any easy way to confirm my suspicions and look for the short.

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