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First, get those wires connected back in their proper place. Notice in the photo, the upper terminal has a common connection going to the plug in socket. I am now ging to check the drawing- And one question, with the wires back in their proper place, is the 30 amp fuse still blown?
 

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I think we are OK-let us go further now
 

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What happens when you key on?
Before you key on, disconnect the regulator plug and the stator plug.
 

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I know it is asked all the time --in neutral, clutch pulled in, side stand up if not in the neutral position -Kill switch is in the enabled position
 

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Good.
 

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Next step, I need you to check all your fuses, ECU , headlight relay fuse.
 

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Another test to prove the start circuitry, the stator plug, disconnect it, the side going into the harness. Also does the horn work? I need the horn to prevent further electrical damage. What colour wires go to the horn,
 

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All that's showing hor switch has a black and yellow wire going to and a black and white wire going from the switch to the horn itself and a brown and black going from horn to fuse panel
 

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Horn does work all lights work I'm thinking it's the ignition switch in the handlebar
Your headlight comes on? What year is your bike?
 

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Horn does work all lights work I'm thinking it's the ignition switch in the handlebar
I am working on the start circuit, which is why I ask. The horn is going to be used as a current limiting device to turn on the headlight relay which goes through the start solenoid circuit.
 

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You say the light comes on just keying on? Not good.
 

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Well we are at that stage, me needing a drawing or assuming your bike is like all those I listed. If so you need to pull the relay box. One quick test, unplug the connector at the start solenoid and key on, tell me if the headlight comes on.
 

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Rectangle Schematic Font Floor plan Parallel
 

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I am going to need to leave and come back later. That clicking, are you talking the headlight relay or start solenoid?
 
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