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    Another MFD?

    I know everyone says use a 1/4 amp fuse and even had to go back in the tech section to double check what I read.

    But In my Clymer on page 84 on bottom right corner it says

    "b. Check the condition of the 4 amp fuse"

    I just wanted to double check cause 1/4 to 4 amp is a big differeance. I got an MFD coming cause the one on mine was bad. Voltage to connecter was good but I guess the previous owner stuck a 20amp fuse in it.


    Just dont want to blow this MFD Im waiting on the recieve.


    Thanks,
    Ron


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    She likes the bike. But the ski gets her wet!!!! xlint89's Avatar
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    Mine inside the box is 1/4A. Maybe it was a typo?

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    1/4 amp for the MFD for sure.

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    Must have been a typo like xlint says. When I say it I was like wtf.


    Thanks for clearing that up for me.


    Also to make sure Im looking at the right spot. It the fuse at the R/Pur area correct.

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    Open the box for positive identification. There should be only 2 fuses inside. Check them both and replace if necessary.

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    Ill have to look in the morning as I dont keep it here. But I only seen one bus type fuse and it was a 20amp fuse.


    Am I looking at the wrong one?
    94 sl 750

    Im gonna have to take a pic now. lol


    I know I got the proper voltage to it but I didnt check the voltage after I took the fuse. Didnt even think about it. Hope I didnt buy an extra mfd.

    edit** Im looking through the wiring diagram in my Clymer manual and by this it is the correct fuse but in the MFD troubleshooting section it also states 4 amp. Previous owner had a 20 which would explain why it dont work now. So Ill have to get a 1/4 amp fuse and wait for new MFD.


    Thanks for the help
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    It is the one that goes from R/Ppur to R/Pur.

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    I just replaced the MFD fuse in both my ski's and they started working again. They were both 1/4amp as my Clymer manual stated. I don't remember the page you scanned. I think it was on a different page. I bought the fuses from Radio Shack along with some extras. I only saw two fuses in my electric box. The other was a 3 amp.

    Edit: Nevermind I have the 96-99 manual.
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