1994 Honda GL1500 SE when I turn the key switch, I have no power to LED screen, start button does nothing, no dash startuo pattern. I have...

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1994 Honda GL1500 SE when I turn the key switch, I have no power to LED screen, start button does nothing, no dash startuo pattern. I have checked ALL fuses, battery under load, and replaced starter solenoid.

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Elixir Cada
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Elixir Cada
Honda Mechanic

Hi Mike,

Can you double check the top right 20 Amp relay for Tail. Even if it is ok try to replace it with a new one. There are cases that this fuse can cause the no power even if it is not busted. Replacing it with a new fuse will fix the problem.

Let me know if this helps. 

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Customer

OK, swapped out the relays....same problem.

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Elixir Cada
Honda Mechanic

Ok. Check the wire that connects to the fuse box. These wires normally became corroded overtime causing the power connection to fail.

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Customer

OK, but this bike has been triked, so Im having trouble getting the fuse/relay box out.

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Elixir Cada
Honda Mechanic

You might need to get around and remove some parts or cover to get to the fuse box. If the wires from the fuse box is ok, then next to check is the ignition key. The ignition switch might be the culprit why you are not getting a power when you turn the key to ON position.

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