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Old 04-26-2007, 01:00 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I ride a 1999 Honda Shadow Aero 1100

I idiotically hooked up my new battery backwards- negative to positive poll. As a result I popped a fuse (at least thatís what I am hoping happened). I have found the fuse box but there are only 10 amp fuses in there- there is a spare 30 amp fuse in the box so Iím guessing that may be what needs replacing- Any idea where that fuse is located?
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I ride a 1999 Honda Shadow Aero 1100

I idiotically hooked up my new battery backwards- negative to positive poll. As a result I popped a fuse (at least thatís what I am hoping happened). I have found the fuse box but there are only 10 amp fuses in there- there is a spare 30 amp fuse in the box so Iím guessing that may be what needs replacing- Any idea where that fuse is located?
The main fuse is located on the starter relay that is under the seat. Follow the positive cable up from the battery. The first thing it hits is the starter relay. The fuse is under a small cover on the relay.

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Thanks so much
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Thanks again Joe it works great and I'm back on the road. Your detailed directions made it easy for this non-mechanic
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Thanks again Joe it works great and I'm back on the road. Your detailed directions made it easy for this non-mechanic
You are most welcome.

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