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I have a 94 Suzuki RF 900r and was wondering if I'm doing wrong by connecting the ground from the battery to the back side of the frame, and if not where

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Replaced the battery on my bike. Now I get no power at all. Connections have been double checked.


Ground or fusible link. If it is indeed a hot Battery put a test light on the negative side of the battery touch the positive side to see if it lights up. Move the ground down to the frame, touch the positive again to see if it lights up. if it does follow all the positive wires with the light, if doesn't light up hooked to the frame you have a bad ground.

Mar 31, 2015 | Suzuki Boulevard M90 Motorcycles

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94 suzuki rf 600 lost my key so i hot wired it an it started but when i went to give it gas it would die but it would idle for a min then i went to start it agin an was not gettin lights like i was. i just...


Hello Camron, i would not recommend the hot wire procedure. If you spike the controller it could do a lot of damage. Plus the stator & rectifier are not working properly. You can replace the ignition switch, that comes with 2 new keys cheaper than a locksmith will make one, in most cases. Here are a couple of links for ignition switches that will fit your bike.
I hope this helps.

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Oct 05, 2011 | 1994 Suzuki RF 600 R

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Where is the fuse box located on the '94 rf600r?


hi, fairly sure its under the seat next to the battery otherwise it will be under the fairing infill left hand side

Jan 11, 2011 | 1994 Suzuki RF 600 R

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I have a 94 suzuki rf 900 that only fires on two cylinders 1 and 4. im told its a ground problem but i cant find it. Does anyone know where to look or what else it might be.


Follow the coil wires, (the ones attached to the spark plugs), to the coils. One side of each coil should have a wire that goes to ground, possibly right to the bolt holding the coils to the frame. Make sure those wires are hooked up and grounded. There will be other wires going to the coils that are not grounded, do not ground those.

Nov 01, 2010 | 1994 Suzuki RF 900 R

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Ground from starter runs to frame ground from battery runs to frame is that right


starter gets its ground from mount bolts the wire is probably starter connection to start solenoid. Posative from battery runs to start solenoid on the B side and the starter connects to S side.

Apr 20, 2010 | 1981 Suzuki Gs 550 L

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Just bought a RF that has stood for some time but was working sufficiently to ride about 20m home. Battery was dead and has been replaced but pressing the started gives absolutely nothing. Thoughts as to...


Absolutely nothing, hmmmm check the battery charge state (new batteries sometime need charging), battery connections, check the connections at the solenoid, check the ground connection at the engine, (remove and clean it) Be sure the switches are all in the right position, kickstand up, clutch pulled, in neutral, handlebar switch on, ignition sw on ...etc...
check the wires from the starter button to the solenoid, fuses, etc...

Jun 12, 2009 | 1994 Suzuki RF 900 R

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