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    Last one for the night-promise ! I noticed that the bike I purchased on Tuesday was missing the fuse box cover ( the one under the seat) and the fuses were all
    crooked and bent in the box-obviously being unprotected from the weight of the rider. Couldn't believe the PO did nothing about that. Makes me a bit worries about what else he has neglected to do on the bike- oh well risk you take with CL purchase.
    Is there anywhere I can purchase this fuse cover box from ? or any other quick fixes anyone can recommend ?
    cheers

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    you can check at this site below. they have lots of diagrams of stock parts.

    http://www.oneidasuzuki.com/store/cy...acement-parts/
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    http://www.oneidasuzuki.com/store/pa...r-2006-08.html

    Pc #2 should be what you're looking for!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Frotosride View Post
    http://www.oneidasuzuki.com/store/pa...r-2006-08.html

    Pc #2 should be what you're looking for!
    Awesome thanks guys !

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    Quote Originally Posted by Saffer View Post
    Awesome thanks guys !
    Want USD 60 to ship to a $2 part to Canada-man ! I think this is a cover for a starter relay-not same as fuse box cover I assume ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Saffer View Post
    Want USD 60 to ship to a $2 part to Canada-man ! I think this is a cover for a starter relay-not same as fuse box cover I assume ?
    Sounds like you’d be better off going to the dealership for those parts with that price

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    Quote Originally Posted by Saffer View Post
    Want USD 60 to ship to a $2 part to Canada-man ! I think this is a cover for a starter relay-not same as fuse box cover I assume ?
    If it's the main(pics below) then that's an assembly . You will have to unpin each wire and re-pin them in a new assembly. Not hard but that's probably why the PO didn't do it. I'd have to look at the diagram to see if that part is available.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Frotosride View Post
    If it's the main(pics below) then that's an assembly . You will have to unpin each wire and re-pin them in a new assembly. Not hard but that's probably why the PO didn't do it. I'd have to look at the diagram to see if that part is available.
    Hi -yes it's the fuse block that lies next to the battery. Location not clear from your pics.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Saffer View Post
    Hi -yes it's the fuse block that lies next to the battery. Location not clear from your pics.
    My battery holder isn't installed but that's the right one in my pics. If you attemp this it will be easier to remove the battery, starter relay mounts and the whole battery holder/tray. This will give you the most slack in the harness to in-pin the fuse box and re-pin the new one.
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    I do not see that piece in any diagrams. You may have to get a cheap harness from eBay to replace it. Good part is you get practice un-pinning the eBay one befor doing the actual bike.
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