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I have a volusia 800 and I'm having problems with the main wiring harnis or something not sure where to start. the bike will start and the head light will work, but the rest for the lights wont work like the tail light, turn signals, break light or the odometer/ speed
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Did you check to see if you have a blown fuse?
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yup...check all your fuses first...remove your left side engine cover...
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Check the fuse marked signal.



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Fuses under the side cover
Here is the fuse list from the 04 owners manual.
VOLUSIA FUSE LIST (Fuse box located under chrome cover, left side near the locking tool box)
30A MAIN fuse protects all electrical circuits. (UNDER SEAT)
10A HEAD-HI fuse protects the headlight high beam and high beam indicator light.
10A HEAD-LO fuse protects the headlight low beam.
10A METER fuse protects speedometer light.
15A IGNITION fuse protects ignition coil and fan motor.
15A SIGNAL fuse protects coolant temperature indicator light, turn signal indicator light, neutral indicator light, oil pressure indicator light, horn, brake. light/taillight, position light and turn signal light.
10A POWER SOURCE fuse protects the electrical accessories connectéd to output terminal (Headlight Bucket connector)

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If it is not the fuses, and I have the same problem, starts, runs fine, and headlight only. What other areas can I go to. Volusia 2003, 800vl, I love my bike and want to get back on it. Battery and fuses are fine. Any suggestions would be appreciated. Raw
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Where are you located, maybe a member is local that can help you out.

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I am in Phoenix Arizona, 35th ave and Bethany Road, to be specific. Any help or member contacting me that may help would be appreciated. Thanks, Ray
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By the way, love your Bobber style, sweet looking ride.
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By the way, love your Bobber style, sweet looking ride.

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