I´ve had my 95 Nighthawk for about 6 months and I´m hoping to do most maintenance myself. My first problem: After dropping it I fouled the air filter with gas. The enginge was turning over but wouldn´t catch. I replaced the air filter and spark plugs (for good measure, they were pretty crusty) and charged the battery (ran down from trying to start it so much). Suddenly when I tried to start it, there was a click and a loss of all electricity (no headlight, etc). Seemed like an obvious blown fuse, but the fuses look good. So my question, is there a second fuse box besides the one just to the left of the battery? Any other ideas why I can´t get any juice at all? Thanks for any advice, Mike
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