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Last year my wing was hard to start and I guess I burnt the connector by holding the starter button too long.

The main fuse connector melted so I shaved the melted plastic in order to make a good connection.



Is it wise to solder these or is there a reason for making them able to disconect by means of another copnnecter.



I also believe this was one of the reasons why my bike wasnt starting corectly. It starts strong when jumping the solenoid.







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I wouldn't hurt a thing to solder them and even better would be to connect the power wires from the main fuse directly to the battery positive with an inline fuse and eliminate the original dogbone fuse.
 

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The previous owner already went to the trouble of buying a few dog bone fuses. I hate to just toss them. I have the inline auto fuse connection ready.
Ive done that to all the 1100s ive owned.
 
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