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couldnt fine solution... plz help

hello, i need your help. so i was trying to get the licence plate light on. i accidently cut out the taillight wires, so i just tucked in the wire to the harness. " taillight works. then i cut off the licence harness and all the lights worked. later i tried to start my bike and all i hear is the battery rumbling. after a whilte the lights dim. what did i do? bike wont start and i need help !
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Yikes. Well I'm not sure whats going on there. Your picture isnt working.

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it seems your battery has drained itself which probably happened from a short. If you have ay wire exposed or connected incorrectly and making a circuit it will drain your battery. Check all your connection again and make sure everything is properly insulated. If you find nothing make sure you have not connected a hot wire to a ground, that would short your system.
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get ths pic working. sounds like you're grounding out somewhere
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ok pictures up. again after connecting every back where it should go, the light work. but now when i turn on the switch i hear the buzz. and when i start i dont hear the engine wanting to start, all i hear is the battery tryna start ( i dont know if that mad sense), then after 2-3 tries the lights dim =(


btw when i try to start ,the battery sounds energetic. its just that i dont hear the engine trying to start. i feel like if i charge the battery it would have the same affect. or am i wrong?

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the pic is kinda small, but it looks like you have bare wires, or you've hooked something up to a direct short. havy you tried pulling the taillight fuse and seeing if it'll start?
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yea pic is small, tried bigger but it says files to large. the picture shows just that i cut the wire off its hardness (hopefully nothing serious). where are the fuse box located and which ones the tail light?
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fuse box is located in a rubber cover on the left side of the bike. i don't remember if you have to remove the fairing or not. it'll be labeled tail light.
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just checked, all fuses are good. lights good until i turn on the switch and start up the bike, the noise comes around the battery area. but no engine noise =(
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so the bike starts? or it just cranks?
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still cranks
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hmmm, you may have cut a sensor or something. hard to tell without seeing it in person. can you push start it fine?
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sounds to me like a short as welll........... make sure all of your wires are connected securely or capped off... you may have shorted out the harness... which would suck... i shorted out my front subharness a while back because one of my blinker wires came loose and grounded out....

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