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Hello all,
Re: 2000 V92c Wire Harness

I just ran into an issue where my tail light shorted out and blew a fuse...
I went to take the bike for a ride and it was completely dead...
I checked the battery voltage and was reading 12 volts so I figured it was likely a fuse.
I checked the fuses 1 by 1 until I came upon the fuse "FLASHER 10A IGNITION"
I replaced the fuse and was happy as a clam when I turned the ignition key and was able to start up...
About 30 seconds later heave smoke came from the fuse block and the wire harness started burning up...
I quickly shut down and doused the flames with water.
Looks like my wire harness and fuse block is roached...

Does anyone have any idea what this would cost to replace?
I'd hate to have to loose the bike over some wires and a few components...

What does a typical Victory shop charge for something like this?

What other components if any are likely to need replacement?

:puke:

PS: I likely posted this thread in another victory forum area... my apologies
 

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Thanks for the info about Pin Wall Cycles...

They had what I needed with regards to a wiring harness...

There seems to be some connector plugs that are un-used?
They just don't have anything to plug into, possible this harness us used on other models?

Everything is working except my starter doesn't turn, the relay clicks and is sounds like the fuel pump cycles for a second or two...
I'm fairly certain everything is connected correctly...
The harness has a few permanent bends that make the connector plugs quite obvious as to where they belong with the exception of a few that don't go anywhere...
 

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Some of them may not go anywhere. Try bumping the starter with a hammer while pushing the start button
 
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