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2005 Suzuki GSX-R 1000 fuse box location

The main beam won't work and I put another bulb in. I cannot find the fuse box to check the fuses? @

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G'day mate , now did you just look at the fuses or did you pull them out , often you'll find that on bikes the solder in the fuse will break , not the filament , go after that to the harness that gets the power out it may be loose, dirty , shorted , then try the earth at the light wire try these before you go for the micro switchs in the handle bars they are a real piece of work to get appart and back together and truthfully not much in there to go wrong

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follow ground wire to its destination, sounds like a bad ground

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