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post #1 of 8 (permalink) Old 06-02-2012, 12:21 AM Thread Starter
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No power to the guages and cluster.

So this all happened when i was installing some flush mount turn signals on my 07 cbr600. After doing so i started up the bike and all was well except i had no readings for rpm or gas or mph...the time is displayed still. Other than that all is good. Headlights and turn signals are fine. Any help on some possible wiring i may have bumped or messed up would be greatly appreciated. Thanks guys!
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Check the plug for the cluster and make sure it's all the way in, you can remove the wind screen to gain access to it.




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check the fuses it happend to me when i shorted the wires while installing something
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Had this problem yesterday... I traced my issue to the ground wire on that runs to the left side of the bike and it bolted to frame. Again that was my issue and solution.

Other than that I agree with the others... check the fuse and plugs. May have a wire crossed.


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Alright thanks guys for the help!
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+1 check your fuses. It's probably the 10-amp mini fuse located behind the left mid-fairing. I know this because it happened to me 3 weeks ago while I was installing integrated mirror signals. You don't even need to buy a new amp because the fuse-box comes with a replacement 10A and 20A fuse (although buying another one to replace the backup isn't a bad idea).
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Did you ever figure out your problem?
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Ok ya it was the fuse. Glad thats all over with and thanks again to all you guys!
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