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post #1 of 12 (permalink) Old 06-29-2014, 07:09 PM Thread Starter
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My 03 CBR600RR was stolen but was recovered in less than 24 hrs. No huge damage just some broken plastics and my gas tank was missing. So I replaced the gas tank and the fuel pump and the ignition wires and I have no power to anything. Not even the fuse box. Battery is charged and is in perfect working condition I checked the fuses and there's nothing. Am I missing something? Is there a relay that would prevent powering the electronics?

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Do you have power at the regulator rectifier? Have you checked for power at the stator?


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Yes and yes. Power doesn't seem to get that far

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Check the fuse in the back by your starter relay. It's a main fuse that controls everything after the battery




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Yea the little yellow fuse? It's not blown but it gets power

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Your clock doesn't light up either?




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Nope. No clock, lights, nothing. I think this is why the thief dumped it. Maybe shorted something out and couldn't get it to turn back on

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The fuse on the starter relay is under a plastic cover. There is a spare tucked into the rubber boot.


Make sure you check the actual fuse and not the spare lol
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If I'm looking at the wiring diagram correctly there is a 30 amp main fuse within the starter relay and that could be blown. But I'm not sure if it's a fuse or if I have to replace the whole relay.

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Its a fuse. I just told you that lol
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Your fuse is blown. No power from the battery, positive that is the problem.




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after I found the fuse that was in the actual starter relay I found that that was the fuse that was blown. And everything works perfectly. I hate thieves. I'm assuming when they hot wired the bike they blew the fuse and dumped it after they couldn't start it again. Anyways. Thanks guys for helping. I knew I was in the right place just couldn't find that dang fuse.

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