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Old 11-18-2008, 11:38 PM   #1
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Exclamation GSXR750 K7 Electrical Issuses

Ok... Check this out today i was going to fix my wireing for my License plate kit ( The LED light was Flickering) as i go to fix it i grabed the power and acidently touched it with the Power ( Bike Cables) Causeing My Speedomeeter to Turn off with my Brake lights...

I belive My problem is the Fuse blew out.... Any of this happed to any one before...?

Need some advice before i start to fix it.
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Old 11-18-2008, 11:49 PM   #2
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Main fuse, found near the starter solenoid. Easy to replace, that's where I'd start, and I'm dern sher that's the problem.


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Old 11-18-2008, 11:57 PM   #3
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Yeah man i think i will im new to this... don't want to do something wrong that will take longer..
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Old 11-19-2008, 12:02 AM   #4
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My bike is out in the shop right now, but I can go look at it I guess.

Regardless, take off the seat and look for the fuse panel. It's a black plastic covered box and should be labeled. The main fuse is not there, but that's a good place to look first.

I'll go outside and look at the bike for you, hold a sec and I'll get you a good direction for the main fuse.
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Old 11-19-2008, 12:09 AM   #5
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Its late when i get out of work... thats why im really bumbed i was just trying to fix the led light from flickering...lol thats what i get for being impacient..
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What im glad the bike still starts and didn't mess up the starter.
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OK, the main fuse is located under the rider seat, look to the "back" where the seat "latches" (away from the tank toward the tail). The other fuse block is under the rider's seat too, toward the front near the fuel tank.

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What im glad the bike still starts and didn't mess up the starter.
OK, that's going to be the in the fuse block then. Check the fuses there, you'll find one blown I'm sure.
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check the 30 amp fuse or the fuses in your fuse box
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check the 30 amp fuse or the fuses in your fuse box
I've heard this somewhere before...

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Alright thanks for yalls help ima check them tomorrow ill let ya'll know what was wrong.
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the tail lt, licence plate light, and speedo are all on the same fuse. I beleive it sais tail lt on the lid
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the tail lt, licence plate light, and speedo are all on the same fuse. I beleive it sais tail lt on the lid
Ah geeez, you act like you work on Suzuki's for a living all day or somethin'.
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'Woops!' good thing you got it fixed.
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