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Old 05-23-2012, 11:03 AM   #1
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I have a 07 gsxr 600. Gauge cluster went blank on my way home the other day. Anybody else have this problem? Checked fuses and cluster with new one. Still same. Any help would be appreciative. Thanks.
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I have a 07 gsxr 600. Gauge cluster went blank on my way home the other day. Anybody else have this problem? Checked fuses and cluster with new one. Still same. Any help would be appreciative. Thanks.

Id start chasing wires back. Does the bike still start and run fine?
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Yes still runs. Ever heard of an in line fuse?
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This happened on my K6 1000 a while back. My tach went off, also no rear brake lights.

It turned out to be a fuse under my left fairing. Hope u get the problem resolved.
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Thanks I'll check that when I get home.
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Do you have the manual? Makes it a lot easier

If you dont, download it free here:
http://www.servicemanualsgsxr.com/su...ervice-manual/

If that doesnt work for you, let me know and when I get home I can throw a copy on a CD for you since your not too far from me.
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Got it downloaded.... now just to figure it out thanks man. I'll update when I figure this out.
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Still can't figure this out anybody taken their bike to a shop that does a lot of electrical work?
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