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Easy one first...the fuel pump relay is the right side-rear-most relay under the seat. Just pull it out and then try your new fuse without the relay in the circuit, or the fuel pump.
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*Originally Posted by Guyver [+]
Didn't check for voltage, just continuity. Where are all these bits I need to remove hidden? And how do I remove the tank?

To remove disconnect the instruments you will have to get at the plug at the back. Take off windscreen and its brackets, then cover at back is a push fit to reveal connector.

Immobiliser is behind the steering head, so the tank will have to come off to get at it.

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Accessories and Products / Re: Ali panniers VS Standard plastics?
« Last post by Bikertone7 on Today at 07:51:00 PM »
Forgot to add a pic

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Accessories and Products / Re: Ali panniers VS Standard plastics?
« Last post by Bikertone7 on Today at 07:48:57 PM »
The Triumph ones were absolute pigs weighed a ton and the o/s would just about hold a pack of sarnies. Flogged the lot for £300 and bought a second hand set of Touratechs - love 'em!!
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*Originally Posted by R3D [+]
Continuity to battery negative ?
Nothing when I put the tester on battery negative and the blown fuse. So no earth either side of the fuse.
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Suspension and Chassis Set-up and Mods / Re: 14 tooth Front Sprocket
« Last post by Satelit on Today at 06:58:56 PM »
Hi, I want to buy rear sprocket 52 or 53, I can't find it, help where?
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Electrical, Lighting, and Wiring / Re: Blown loads of fuses all in one go.
« Last post by R3D on Today at 06:49:46 PM »
Continuity to battery negative ?
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*Originally Posted by R3D [+]
Ok so you need to remove as much as you can on the circuit before trying a new fuse.

Someone mentioned the fuel pump relay so if you can pull that out.

Whatever else is on the circuit try and disconnect then try a fuse, hopefully it doesnt blow then one by one reconnect until it blows.

When you checked the blown fuse points was you getting voltage on one side ?
Didn't check for voltage, just continuity. Where are all these bits I need to remove hidden? And how do I remove the tank?
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Tiger 800 - General Discussion / Re: Ferries booked
« Last post by Wullie on Today at 06:20:42 PM »
Hang on in there Uli, remember the very old saying “This too shall pass”.

I have a 4 week trip up the coast of Norway starting mid-July I’m Now thinking may not happen this year.  I’ve been planning it for a while - even bought panniers!  It could turn into a trip round the UK instead which wouldn’t be so bad.

Keep smiling and taking a little liquid medication every so often.  :031:

Wullie
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Accessories and Products / Re: Ali panniers VS Standard plastics?
« Last post by rantanplan on Today at 06:17:07 PM »
for me, consider that if you go off road, the soft ones are better protection for your legs,
also i don't like a top box without pillion, a side box that can serve also as a top box in city as mentioned i find it more versatile, the Triumph alu ones that came with the bike, are top heavy empty, just hate them
just my thoughts......
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