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2006 CBR900F 919

I need some help. I have a 919 that my son reversed battery in the bike. I have went through everything i can think of. The bike ran fine has 1700 miles on it. The main fuse did not blow, the 10 amp bank angle fuse blew. He thought he could fix it and gave up. I finally am on it. I assumed the CDI was fried even though the main fuse didn't blow, I bought a used CDI and just installed it, also took the power commander off. The thing will turn over, everything works but no spark. I have checked every connection and relay. I can find no singed or burnt wiring, everything looks fine. I have noticed two things. The neutral light doesn't come on and the first of three relays under the seat, (there is a fourth relay for turn signals) does not click when I turn the key. So I swapped the first and the third relays. First one, which was just swapped, still does not click, First one being the one towards the front of the bike. I am horrible at wiring diagrams and don't have one for the 919. I figure the 929 has the same set up but the relays are located in different areas. The tip over switch appears to be fine when you move it from side to side. Bike turns over lights come, everything seems to work fine. No Spark, any ideas?
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Re: 2006 CBR900F 919

Hi , can you check out the Light green wire that runs from the 2pin connector to the neutral switch and make sure that is intact and connected, from there it runs to the clutch diode, and on to the clutch lever switch, check for continuity by undoing the 2 pin plug and testing with multimeter between the Light green wire and earth when the transmission is in neutral and no continuity when in gear, think its the CB900 hornet here , at least that's what I'm checking

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Re: 2006 CBR900F 919

Soon as I get in garage. I'll check this. Sound right since I am not getting a neutral light. Thanks, I'll let you know. Really Thanks! Hoping.
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