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Old May 4th, 2010, 7:09 am   #1 (permalink)
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Unhappy No Power at all... Main fuse location on 696?

Hello all,

I installed a tail chop and blew one of my blue fuses... I replaced the blue fuses but I still dont have power. Is there a main fuse on the bike, if so, where is it located? I've heard of them on other models, but I cant find anything in the manual besides the 30 amp by the ECU for the regulator.

The strange thing is.. when I finished the tail chop, my bike started, stalled with the CEL on, and did the same thing after restart. after that it wouldnt start. will the bike throw a CEL for a short?

I was pretty careful to avoid arching power, but I guess the sheilding stripped off a wire back there.

Any help would be appriciated... my tail chop is done, and now I want my bike to turn on
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Old May 4th, 2010, 10:21 am   #2 (permalink)
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bump.. 15 views and no help... Does anyone know where the main fuse is?
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Old May 7th, 2010, 8:27 am   #3 (permalink)
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Seems like Ducati is using the 30 or 40A (large) fuse as a "main fuse" in the last few schematics that I looked at. (This was on a 1098, 1198, and 848--I was looking at the U.Manuals that you download on-line for info on the alternator sizes.)

Anyway, DUC used to use the big fuse as just a Reg.Rectifier fuse, but as I mentioned, it looks like they use this fuse as a main, now. Also, it appears that on these SBK machines, that this fuse is now placed right on the starter solenoid.

Maybe the "new" Monsters are like that. That's where I would start looking. Shouldn't be too far from the battery.

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