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Just went to take a new gsx s1000f on a ride and got around the corner when the display went out. Completely dead.

Returned home, checked connectors under meter panel and main harness connector.

Runs fine, all electronics work (indicators/headlights). Bike only has 40km on it.

Any ideas??

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Just went to take a new gsx s1000f on a ride and got around the corner when the display went out. Completely dead.

Returned home, checked connectors under meter panel and main harness connector.

Runs fine, all electronics work (indicators/headlights). Bike only has 40km on it.

Any ideas??
Check if the brake light and horn work as they are all on the same fuse, fuse 3.
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Just went to take a new gsx s1000f on a ride and got around the corner when the display went out. Completely dead.

Returned home, checked connectors under meter panel and main harness connector.

Runs fine, all electronics work (indicators/headlights). Bike only has 40km on it.

Any ideas??
Check if the brake light and horn work as they are all on the same fuse, fuse 3.
That would be a negative.
I'll go get a new fuse. Hopefully it was just a freak thing. I'll buy spares just incase. Thanks mate

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That would be a negative.
I'll go get a new fuse. Hopefully it was just a freak thing. I'll buy spares just incase. Thanks mate
There should be spare fuses in the fuse box
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That would be a negative.
I'll go get a new fuse. Hopefully it was just a freak thing. I'll buy spares just incase. Thanks mate
There should be spare fuses in the fuse box
Just blew another. Off to buy a multimetre and some fuses. Could be the main harness connector i unplugged when i removed the RH fairing or could be the RH indicator i also disconnected. Can't see what else it could be. Also did an evotech tail tidy that came with its own led plate light but all those connections look solid and I've run it fine since then. Hope its not a dodgy LED display

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Just blew another. Off to buy a multimetre and some fuses. Could be the main harness connector i unplugged when i removed the RH fairing or could be the RH indicator i also disconnected. Can't see what else it could be. Also did an evotech tail tidy that came with its own led plate light but all those connections look solid and I've run it fine since then. Hope its not a dodgy LED display

Cheers for your help. I should start paying you by the hour. Really appreciate your knowledge mate.
The only connections on that fuse are the dash, horn, brake light switches, brake light so shouldn't be anything to do with the indicators or licence plate light
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Just blew another. Off to buy a multimetre and some fuses. Could be the main harness connector i unplugged when i removed the RH fairing or could be the RH indicator i also disconnected. Can't see what else it could be. Also did an evotech tail tidy that came with its own led plate light but all those connections look solid and I've run it fine since then. Hope its not a dodgy LED display

Cheers for your help. I should start paying you by the hour. Really appreciate your knowledge mate.
The only connections on that fuse are the dash, horn, brake light switches, brake light so shouldn't be anything to do with the indicators or licence plate light
Trying to isolate the issue now. Disconnected the brake light blew another fuse.

Disconnected the horn and blew another.

Am i only left with the LCD??

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Last fuse so i just tried unplugging the LCD and using the horn but it blew instantly again

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Is the fuse blowing as soon as you turn the ignition on?
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Is the fuse blowing as soon as you turn the ignition on?
Yes it is

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