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My 2011 Kawasaki Vulcan has absolutely no power to anything electrical after placing a quick start jumper to the battery. There was a load pop when I had the High power Jumper on the bike. I tried to get the jumper cables off the bike as fast as I could but by that time the damage was done

I have changed out the battery, fuse relay, starter relay and I am about to change out my voltage regulator in desperation I have even bought a Staiter for it if I can't get to the bottom of this. It states on utube that the fuse box is in the fuse relay but I cannot find a way to open it to see. Could it actually be the starter?

I will trace The hot wire to the end. Today I found the computer and I am wondering if I could have fried that? That would explain no power to any of my electrical, even the horn.

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  • Are you sure you didn't accidentally reverse the polarity of the jumper when you attached it? Mar 23, 2018 at 13:45
  • No the polarity was correct. Today I find the computer. could I have fried that? Mar 24, 2018 at 4:19

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You may have blown a fusible link. I would trace the battery power from the battery along each cable until I found out where the voltage ends.

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