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Nothing powers up. You used a Volt Meter and got 15.6v directly from the battery and 2.2v from the pigtail? I’m guessing a Lithium Renegade battery? Either way (15.6v or 2.2v), I believe your battery is bad.

My almost year old AGM battery has a resting voltage around 12.6v-12.9v before starting. A lithium battery should have a resting voltage of around 13.3v-13.4v. Now it’s possible that you may have a rectifier/regulator issue as well, but you won’t know until you get the bike started and look at the voltage when it running. Should be around 13.7V-14.6v.
 

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These bikes have two circuit breakers as well, don't they?
I've never needed one, but I remember after reading a similar thread I ordered a spare and have it in my saddlebag...
Yes … they are circuit breaker fuses one 10A, one 20A. The 10A is the VCM and the 20A is the main engine.
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