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Installed new clutch. Re assembled bike and found I had pinched a wire and shorted out part of the system. Replaced blown fuses and everything works except the starter. Cannot get it to turn over nothing
Put new 30 amp fuse in starter relay but still nothing am I missing a fuse or have I blown the starter?

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Was any of the wires cut through?  Just a shot in the dark, but try unplugging and re-plugging the wire connector going into the clutch lever.  If that doesn't work submit more information.

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