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    l swapped the fuse and it works now, the culprit was a burnt fuse. How or why it burnt out ldk, but l'll keep an eye on it just incase it becomes a problem down the road.


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    Quote Originally Posted by MirageRally View Post
    Seen many of my friends and family members in accidents...one kind in HS died bc he was doing crazy tricks....l've also seen some where the crash was unavoidable and the most important part is safety.....l will wear a full leather bodysuit with motorcycle body armor as l'm not taking any chances....as for bikes being chick magnets haha l don't need that....if l find a girl that has her own bike....well....then l might cave....lol.
    I would go to high school parties, and give one girl after another a ride on my bike (for hours). The girls were cute, & it kept me sober!

    Yeah we had a neighbor boy (few years older than me) who hit a dog with his Honda CB750 & was killed his senior year of high school. More recently my neighbor hit a deer going to work with his Harley & broke his leg. Animal collisions scare me the most! I tried to avoid evening driving as much as possible. I hit a pheasant once with my Yamaha XS400, but it only rolled him into the ditch & thankfully not me!

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    Quote Originally Posted by MirageRally View Post
    l swapped the fuse and it works now, the culprit was a burnt fuse. How or why it burnt out ldk, but l'll keep an eye on it just incase it becomes a problem down the road.
    That's weird. Have you made any changes to your radio from stock? Are you using the USB port for charging or something?

    And which fuse was blown - the 10 or the 15?

    Glad you got things working again.

    Do you suppose we ought to move these fuse posts to another thread? Just a suggestion.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MirageRally View Post
    Thanks Eggman, l got it after finangaling my screwdriver around. Thanks for taking the pictures
    How did you see those pictures? I hadn't even posted them yet lol.

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    Yeah, you can these post to another thread.

    The 10 amp fuse was blown, I was using the USB port for a SD card music slot but even then it didn't have enough power to burn it out....

    Not sure why?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Eggman View Post
    How did you see those pictures? I hadn't even posted them yet lol.
    I never told you I was a wizard? Lol
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    Quote Originally Posted by MirageRally View Post
    I never told you I was a wizard? Lol
    Hey Wizard how's your fuses?

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    MirageRally - Murdersickles are a whole nother topic I know. But I actually raced streetbikes back 100 years ago. Got to pit with a couple famous guys when they were up and coming too. The one thing I suggest you do is, during daylight hours, run your high beam(s), to make you more visible. Dim it at night of course.

    And, always be riding a wheelie too, everywhere you go. It makes you more noticeable, and the cops love it! Ok, the 2 previous sentences are to be ignored.

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    Hey the Honda pcx 150 supposedly gets over 100mpg! Pretty much beats everything but the VW XL1 240MPG car lol, but $147000 cheaper and it's in normal production.

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    The Chevy Volt can get over 1,000 mpg under the right conditions. Well over. But I guess we are digressing too much.


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        click to view fuel log View my fuel log 2020 Mirage ES 1.2 manual: 42.6 mpg (US) ... 18.1 km/L ... 5.5 L/100 km ... 51.2 mpg (Imp)


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