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post #1 of 12 (permalink) Old 06-09-2008, 02:56 AM Thread Starter
 
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cluster wont work :(

bought a 2006 cbr600rr yesterday and today i bought a couple of things for it. i installed a fender eliminator kit, intergrated tail light and flushmount signals. after i installed the taillight and eliminator kit, everything worked fine. once i installed the flush mount signals, the gauge cluster stopped working. the weird part is, once the bike is on, i still get the indicator light for the high beams and both turn signals, but nothing else will work. any ideas? thanks alot guys

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post #3 of 12 (permalink) Old 06-09-2008, 11:18 AM
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Yeah sounds like a fuse problem. I've blown a few fuses changing out the lighting.

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cool, thanks alot guys.
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I didnt want to start a whole new thread on the subject but, I had this happen to me today. I have had the bike for 3.5 years roughly and never had any problems. It has CA taillight on it that was there when I bought it. (background info) I was riding tonight and my gauges and tail light stopped working completely. (brake light still works) I don't imagine the fuse just burnt up all on it's own but I can't find any reason this would have happened otherwise. Any suggestions?
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Sometimes fuses just blow. Vibration makes them weak. A long list of other reasons. That's the first thing to check.

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I have this same issue but haven't fixed it yet, it's actually NOT a fuse issue. The buttons to the reset/adj buttons no longer make contact with the circuit board. There is a very good and extensive write up on this issue of how to fix, he uses ends of bic ink pen refills. A quick search will fix you right up.
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I have this same issue but haven't fixed it yet, it's actually NOT a fuse issue. The buttons to the reset/adj buttons no longer make contact with the circuit board. There is a very good and extensive write up on this issue of how to fix, he uses ends of bic ink pen refills. A quick search will fix you right up.

Ummm huh? That was not even part of the question at all... Thanks though.
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had the same exact thing happen the other day... going to check the fuses tomorrow... will post back on how it goes.
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had the same exact thing happen the other day... going to check the fuses tomorrow... will post back on how it goes.
This is the exact issue I'm having. We're you able to fix it?
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post #12 of 12 (permalink) Old 03-23-2010, 07:58 AM
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check your fuses
You are correct. I replaced the Mini 10A fuse in the fuse box on the left hand side of the bike under the rad hose and the cluster lit up like a Christmas Tree.
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