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How to replace the main fuse on a 2003 Honda Silver Wing?

Battery has been changed and is charged. I get no lights, horn, turn signals, etc. I have checked the fuses in plain sight under the seat, and they all appear to be fine.

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Scott

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Is the motor turning over? If not you need to get the battery load tested. If you used a regual automotive charger on a motorcycle battery you might have fried the battery since the car battery will take more amps than the motorcycle batter.

Posted on Apr 19, 2009

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Anonymous

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SOURCE: no juice in bike with new battery

Hi I am Vortash common fault with this model bike was the ignition switch a quick test is put a meter across the the battery .. you should read 12 -13volts if the voltage drops when the ignition is switched it's usually is ok but not allways it is just a quick check sometimes it is intermittent now see how far the voltage drops if it is considerable chances are you have a short .. usually the rectifier or the starter feel the battery see if it is getting warm with the ignition on this will also indicate a short .. check for bad earth connections particarly from the battery to the frame.. Check all fuses in this country there was one on the main lead from the battery .. hope this helps regards Vortash

Posted on May 22, 2009

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Anonymous

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Where did you get the stator?? If not factory... You might want to us a volt meter and measure the resistance. You can find the resistance specs in its honda service manual. Give some more info!!

Posted on Jun 16, 2009

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Hi and welcome to the site,

Initially, just to be sure, check with a continuity tester the fuses.

Offhand (depending on the version), check the connector going to the right hand switches. Of particular attention to the terminals of the black/white and black/green wires.

Good luck and thank you for asking.

Posted on Aug 10, 2010

Anonymous

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There is a master fuse located on the right-hand side of the bike by the starter relay. It's not obvious to find! There should be a spare fuse very close by in the soft rubber thing.

Posted on Oct 21, 2010

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