Blew The Main Fuse

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Hey everyone! I just bought a 2019 Bobber, replaced all the lighting (front/rear turn signals, tail light), and when I was putting the battery back in I accidentally blew the main fuse. I replaced the 30 amp fuse which was definitely blown, but the bike still won't put on any lights at all. Am I missing something else? Any help would be appreciated.

Did I blow the ECU?
 

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I should probably mention that the dealer installed a pigtail, the battery compartment that was already tight is now a nightmare to work in. Definitely, something I knew nothing about coming from bigger bikes with traditional battery compartments.
 

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Blow the ECU...possible, but probably not. Fuses are meant to blow before equipment suffers. I have to believe the pigtail, or something related to it, is the problem. In which case, the dealer should be/is responsible for putting things right.
 

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Blow the ECU...possible, but probably not. Fuses are meant to blow before equipment suffers. I have to believe the pigtail, or something related to it, is the problem. In which case, the dealer should be/is responsible for putting things right.
Hey thanks. It appears to be installed right I just touched the wrong ends trying to jam it in the tiny compartment.
 

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I'm glad that is all that happened, and you didn't receive a shock.
 

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I'm glad that is all that happened, and you didn't receive a shock.
Appreciate it, things still dead though. Checked all fuses and they are good. Going to have to put everything back together and trailer it to the dealer.
 
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