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There are 2 acc. terminals in the fuse block. On works fine and the lower one has now power. Any idea as to why? Are they fused separately? I only see one 5A fuse in the block, which when removed, kills the power to the top acc. screw terminal. Wanted to use both screw terminals. :confused:
 

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I cribbed the picture from someone elses post. A & B are the ACC + & -, only provide power when key is on. C & D are the master power to the fuse box so if they don't have power neither should anything else.
 

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There are 2 acc. terminals in the fuse block. On works fine and the lower one has now power. Any idea as to why? Are they fused separately? I only see one 5A fuse in the block, which when removed, kills the power to the top acc. screw terminal. Wanted to use both screw terminals. :confused:
The terminal without "Power" is the GROUND....
 

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There are 2 acc. terminals in the fuse block. On works fine and the lower one has now power. Any idea as to why? Are they fused separately? I only see one 5A fuse in the block, which when removed, kills the power to the top acc. screw terminal. Wanted to use both screw terminals. :confused:
and if you look at the manual or fuse blocks you'll also note the imprinted + or - just aft of the the terminals screws.
now ,button it back up, put down the tools and go ride it!
 
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