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post #1 of 9 (permalink) Old 09-30-2013, 03:37 PM Thread Starter
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My brother was jumping his 2001 Kwai zx6r and hooked up the jumpers wrong. The bike has no power and I checked his fuses with no luck. Any ideas on where I should start? I can't seem to find the main fuse.
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main fuse is normally located only a couple inches from the battery positive terminal, look for a black box with 2 heavy leads coming from it, one going to the bike and the other coming right from the battery, the fuse/fuses should be on there

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I think I know what your talking about there is a small black box attached to the pos side of the cable but no way to open it. I can't seem to find the part online as well .
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He said the car was not started and as soon as he touched the clamps he knew he f$&@ up.
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How high were the jumps? Yeah what Pilot said.
did he take it off any sweet jumps?



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look in the starter motor subsection its PN 27010-1380 called a switch
it has a fuse on it

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how about the obvious and check to see if the battery is still good

disconnect the battery test volt meter and then connect it again

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