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Well i was jumping my bike off n my brother crossed the terminals on his side up for just a split second and now I have absolutely no power to the dash or anything else. I've checked main fuse n all of the other fuses on the left hand side of bike. I also bought an ecu off ebay and swapped out n still no luck. Now I'm no mechanic or anything n dont know a whole lot on the electrical side either so can anybody point me in the right direction on things to try next? Thanks

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Look for the main 30 AMP fuse will be in a compartment by itself next to the battery area
That will be blown replace it and you should be good to go
 

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I've checked it. It's not blown. Even swapped it out to be positive.

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If you jumped the battery backwards that fuse has to get blown up because that is your first safe guard against more severe damage to the bike's electrical components such as battery , battery cables , Rectifier / Regulator the battery is probably fried might as well get it load tested at an auto parts store such as pep boys , discount auto
 

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I am speculating you checked the spare fuse and not the original one check out this picture
The spare one is what you see but the main one is inside that black square box next to the green fuse so let me know which one you checked
 

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Found it right before i saw this. Had me worried for a whole minute lol. Thanks. Mods can delete this thread.

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Glad to read you figured it out
 

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Thanks Moe .. this even helped me with my CBR250R
 

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Thanx moman! She's alive again!!!
 

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Bump!

I am speculating you checked the spare fuse and not the original one check out this picture
The spare one is what you see but the main one is inside that black square box next to the green fuse so let me know which one you checked
Reviving this old thread... how do I remove the fuse? I'm trying my hardest not to break anything else.

Update: never mind, I was able to figure it out. turns out you have to disconnect that red plug attached to the plug on the fuse. This takes a decent amount of force as well. Bike is all set. Yay!
 
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