Re: Bike Turned on for a few seconds and now it's Dead
Fuse is the only reason I could see to completely lose power all at once. I know when I checked out the RC51 it blew the headlight fuse, the fuel pump would prime, lights came on, tach etc.. worked, just not the starter button. With everything being off as he described I would assume that the main fuse has blown, I think it's a 30 amp or something like that. Fuses get old and actually pop easier as they tend to corrode a hair bit inside. There is a very thin element that the power flows through, and as it gets older, vibrated to death over years, and exposed to the elements it can and will weaken to the point of popping without true fault. Seen this happen many times. Run over all your fuses, and replace every one if you feel like it. I'm putting my money on a fuse being blown though, for the record.
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