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Hey guys...I need some assistance if possible cause my brain is fried. I have a 93 CBR900. Rode nicely on day one. On day two when I’m about to leave my house...I see fuel all over my garage floor that came from under my bike. Found out after cleaning up my spill, the fuel hose split. Now...after replacing my hose, I go to start her up but no dice. When I turn on the ignition key, no lights, horn or anything. I checks my battery and it’s fully charged but still...no lights at all. Even after checking all the fuses up front of the bike. So...would anyone by any chance have an ideal about my current issue?

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Re: No power at all

Did you check the Main 30amp fuse that is next to the battery? Should be under a red cap I believe.
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Yeah. I checked that fuse as well and all was good too.
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Yeah. I checked that fuse as well and all was good too.
The only way to not get power from the battery to the front end fuse box is if the main fuse is blown. Did you “look at it”, or replace it with a known good one? Also, if in fact your main fuse is good, check to make sure you don’t have a charging problem and that there are burned/melted/shorted wires anywhere from the starter solenoid, to the Reg/rec, to the ignition switch/stop switch.
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Hey guys. Thanks for the assistance in this matter. Come to find out...I pulled the fuse at the bottom of the starter relay and didn’t realized it was a spare 30A fuse. Checked the correct fuse on the relay and it was blown. I guess I had a serious case of C.R.S. Smh.
Again...thanks for the assistance.
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Hey guys. Thanks for the assistance in this matter. Come to find out...I pulled the fuse at the bottom of the starter relay and didn’t realized it was a spare 30A fuse. Checked the correct fuse on the relay and it was blown. I guess I had a serious case of C.R.S. Smh.
Again...thanks for the assistance.
Glad you got it sorted out. That spare fuse has baffled many a rider lol

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