I went to start my bike with a new battery and nothing. The clock in my CBR f4i speedometer is blinking but nothing else. No lights, horn, signal, Nada.It wanted to turn over before I started fixing things on my bike but nothing now. Do I need to strip all of my wiring and rewire it??? Man that is going to be a pain. I imagine its time for a service manual huh?
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I took an ohmmeter and the battery has power-it is new anyway-so I tested the positive cable where it leaves the battery compartment and enters some sort of junction. It has power up to the junction. Which means its good connection. But the ohmmeter went backwards on the second part of the junction where it branches to the other wires. I mean I have a wire going to my speedo and its clock turns on but nothing else turns on and I mean absolutely nothing. Any ideas?
I assume you mean the needle on your meter went in the opposite direction or read in a negative number while reading voltage, right? If so, then something is connected wrong or a part is burned out. Normally DC voltage doesn't fluctuate. You may also have reversed your probes.
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OK so I went and acquired a OEM service manual. Read it and after double checking it was the main fuse.... well at least I learned something. I ran into another problem afterwards but am going yo make s different post for it. Thx for the input!
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