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Corky L Leazier

2006 Yamaha Raptor 700 No Power

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One day went to start and nothing, the fan comes on cause its straight wired ,but no lights and no all the fuses show no power with the switch on. Changed starter relay nothing changed thinking maybe switch next and how can I test it.

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