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Fuse Box Locations and ID
  Author: TN_Tim
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The Royal Star Venture has fuse boxes in three locations.

Fuse Box "A" is located behind the right front lower cowling. To remove the cowling, remove the plastic retainer pin from the bottom of the cowling where the left and right cowlings join together. Then use a hex wrench or socket to remove the two bolts from the front of the cowling and one bolt on the backside just above the chrome crash bar. The cowling should then pull right off.

Fuse Box "B" is located behind the left side cover. To remove the side cover just remove the rear bolt in cover and pull the cover off. The front bolt does not retain the cover, it is apparently only there for decoration. The front of the cover has a peg that fits into a rubber grommet.

The Main Fuse is located on the starter solenoid assembly.

To access the Main Fuse, you must remove the left rear floorboard and the black plastic panel behind it.

Fuse Box A
10A Cruise Control
10A Carb Heaters
5A   Rear DC Outlet (White connector located under seat near battery)
5A   Front DC Outlet (Mounted on left inside of fairing. Cig lighter style connector.)
10A Audio Fuse (See also Back Up fuse if experiencing audio system malfunction)

Fuse Box B
10A Ignition
15A Signal
15A Headlight
10A Cooling Fan
10A Back Up (Memory for Clock, Radio Presets, Trip Odometers) Note: The Back Up fuse will cause the audio system to not function if it is blown.

Main Fuse*
30A Main Power Feed to entire bike

*Due to the location of the main fuse/solenoid assembly, it is somewhat exposed to road splash from the rear tire. There have been reports of severe corrosion of the main fuse contacts causing complete loss of electrical power on some bikes. In many of the cases, replacement of the solenoid/fuse assembly was required. If you do a lot of riding in the rain, it would be a good idea to inspect the main fuse connections occassionally to avoid having problems on the road.

**If the bike has any aftermarket or Yamaha electrical accessories added, there may be additional fuses for those devices added by the installer. The location of additional fuses is at the discretion of the installer and could be anywhere in the circuit, however, the best location would be as close to the battery as possible.

Last update: 04:21 AM Saturday, January 7, 2012

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