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    My first bike< was given a tw200 electric start for free. The electrical systems on the bike are completely non responsive and the battery is good. Cant even get a response out of the bike. I dont know very much so any suggestions help. Thanks

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    First thing I would suggest checking is your fuse

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    Quote Originally Posted by flyhunter3825 View Post
    First thing I would suggest checking is your fuse








    The fuse is a small black box correct? (sorry for the complete lack of knowledge)

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    On the right side, pop the plastic trim piece off. There should be a clear plastic fuse holder towards the rear of that compartment. It houses the fuse in use and a spare. Its held to a tab with a rubber "thingy"





    main fuse by BC4Lyphe, on Flickr

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    And when you do find that fuse, whether it be good or bad, put in a new inline fuse holder, like one of those automotive blade ones. The contacts in the glass fuse ones are sometimes sketchy.

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    While I was wiring in a 12v outlet today I took a look at my glass fuse holder. The 2 bullet connectors on either side of the fuse look a bit shorter than the normal crimp on ones I get at Napa. Do you know if they'll fit or should I just cut them out and solder/shrink wrap the ATC fuse holder in?

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    If im not mistaken, I dont think they fit. I just soldered mine in, I dont think ill ever remove it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BC4Lyphe View Post
    On the right side, pop the plastic trim piece off. There should be a clear plastic fuse holder towards the rear of that compartment. It houses the fuse in use and a spare. Its held to a tab with a rubber "thingy"





    main fuse by BC4Lyphe, on Flickr






    Fuse was good, Thank you for the photo, what else could this possibly be?

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    Check all your connections. Maybe the connector between the keyed ignition is faulty? Or the unit itself?

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    i just bought a 1993 tw200 with 1200 miles on it. I took it to a yamaha dealer in chiliwack and paid him $400 to rebuild the carb and give it a top tune up and fresh oil and a general inspection to make sure all systems are safe and good. Problem is the bike does not start for me. It has the electric start. Then when the battery is almost dead I'll try the kick start. Then when I'm totally pissed off I'll try to jum start it down my driveway. Eventually it will fire over. Last night same thing happened then I took it for a 5 mile run down the freeway to fresh 91 octane fuel in. It would not start again at the station. Then I got it going and went back another 45 miles and it would not start up again. I loaded it up and took it back to the mecahnic and told him the problem. He fires it up with the electric starter right up! So I took it back home but same problem again! No start.



    I'm doing everything right in the starting procedure that I know of. Does anyone have any ideas as to why this bike ain't firing up?

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