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I've went through the harness and while it was pulled out from around battery box, put a new 10amp fuse in and everything was good Ithought until I checked for spark at plug wires. Checked fire at spade terminals on coils and they were hot but when I checked spark still nothing so I checked conductivity on plug wires and no conductivity. It was like 4am at this point and I was ready to light it on fire and roll it off a tall cliff and I was exhausted so that's where I stopped. Regrouped,refreshed, reasted and now I'm ready to dive back into it but this time with some wisdom and guidance i hope.
 

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Spark plug wires can have a pretty high resistance, up to 20K Ohms per foot. How did you test for conductivity?
 

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Separate but related question, has anyone ever replaced plug wires on the VN900? I'm guessing he used a DVM?
 

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What is the specific issue? Would suggest downloading the factory repair manual from this site and follow checking procedures. Electrical section is 16. Go to 16-43. Page is 502.
Hope this helps.
 
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