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post #11 of 16 Old 06-06-2014, 11:02 AM
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If I was in that far into it at home, I would get down and dirty and splice extra lengths of wire of suitable gauge into both ends of the harness, and get that fuse box the hell outta there!
Yeah why they don't make them easier accessible is beyond me. Think they'd rather you just take your bike to the dealer when you have an issue so they can take all your $$.

Great topic though, glad to see it bumped again. May need it some day!
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The 10amp fuse box was not hard to get to.
If you can find a better way to get the main fuse out than removing the air box post it up. I never took the chance to read the service book, how do they suggest replacing the fuse?
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I replaced the main fuse without removing anything besides the seat. It can be done, there's just a lot of friction. Patience, and wiggling. Lever one side up, then the other.
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I replaced the main fuse without removing anything besides the seat. It can be done, there's just a lot of friction. Patience, and wiggling. Lever one side up, then the other.
Glad to hear it.
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I replaced the main fuse without removing anything besides the seat. It can be done, there's just a lot of friction. Patience, and wiggling. Lever one side up, then the other.
I just removed the airbox cover and put a butter knife on one side of the fuse cover, wedged it up one side and did the same for the other. Worked like a charm with minimal damage.

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I replaced that main fuse, By removing the battery, Removing the main fuse box from its rubber holder and turning it sideways, using plyers to under extremely hard clip.. took me about 10-15 mins of fighting it.. but I sure didnt remove all the parts.. :P Not saying my way is the right way.. might have been mickey mouse but I got it done

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