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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 06-05-2014, 04:05 AM Thread Starter
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Help I think I blew something.

So I was working on my 06 600rr. when I was connecting the battery I forgot that the key was turn to the on position. I heard something pop and now there is no power to any of the lights and the cluster. I check the 30a fuse under the seat and the all the fuse on the left side all the fuse are fine. Anyone have any idea what else I can check and where?
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I am speculating you have checked the spare fuse that is under the seat and not the main one that usually blows if there is a short at the battery which is why you heard that pop sound always connect the negative terminal first then the positive after it's a 30 Amp in a smaller compartment next to the battery



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At first I was checking the spare. then found the main fuse and the fuse is ok. still no power. the t tail lights work but nothing else. no clock. I checked all the fuse and the ground box.

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What is the condition of the battery & it's terminals also you will have to check all the electrical components such as - ECU - rectifier/ regulator - starter - coils something got fried instead of the fuse blowing up to protect the circuits it seems to me this won't be an easy fix



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