Your one-stop manual for every aspect of DIY motorcycle electrical repair and modification. We’ve all stood at the front desk of a repair shop at some point, staring at an invoice, gritting our teeth and nursing our injured wallets. All vehicles will inevitably need maintenance–and we pay a premium in labor fees every time we take them in–but unlike an automobile, which has its electrical components hermetically sealed within its bodywork, the electrical components on a motorcycle are on display for all the world to see. Out in the open, they are constantly subjected to destructive elements like rain, sand, salt, dust, and ultraviolet rays . . . virtually everyone who owns a motorcycle will eventually have to deal with electrical problems. In ‘How to Troubleshoot, Repair, and Modify Motorcycle Electrical Systems,’ motorcycle expert Tracy Martin provides crystal-clear, fully illustrated, step-by-step instructions for every electrical repair imaginable on a bike–from the nuts-and-bolts basics to fuel-injection systems, onboard computers, repair and installation of factory and aftermarket accessories, and everything else in between. Complete with 600 full-color, how-to photos and 20 helpful diagrams, ‘How to Troubleshoot, Repair, and Modify Motorcycle Electrical Systems’ will keep your bike on the road and your wallet in your pocket.