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06 fireblade electrical problem

had my fireblade in the shed all through the winter when i tried to start it there was no power in the battery, used booster on the battery but still no lights on ignition, checked all fuses and still nothing, can anybody help me??

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Re: fireblade problem...

Hi martin2006,

get a wireing diagram (it is in the Honda Shop Manual) and - starting from the battery poles - use a voltmeter to find the spot where the 12 Volt is lost.

And one further suggestion (to improve the usability of this forum) - a more descriptive title like "Fireblade 2006 - electrical problem" makes it much easier to select which threads you dive into.

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Re: 06 fireblade electrical problem

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had my fireblade in the shed all through the winter when i tried to start it there was no power in the battery, used booster on the battery but still no lights on ignition, checked all fuses and still nothing, can anybody help me??

Have you tried charging the battery?
Was the booster battery fully charged?

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Re: 06 fireblade electrical problem

Was the battery charged every three or four weeks over the winter and put away with a full charge? Was the battery stored in the cold or in a hot basement? These things matter.
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