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Old 08-12-2009, 08:19 PM   #1
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i keep blowing fuses

06 R6(non S)... horn, signals, and brake light...

i used the search, and i found the fuse i needed. it's a 10A and for some reason, i keep blowing them. i haven't changed/modified anything from stock other than HIDs and that was about 10 months ago. only thing i've changed here recently is the plastics - went from track plastics back to my street plastics. went on about a 150 mile ride this past sunday, and now they don't work. the lights work - both low and high - and everything else works like a champ.

when i put the spare in, the brake light, the horn, and the right turn signal all worked... then i went to turn on the left, and i heard it pop the fuse. what the is going on? i double checked that i didn't plug my flushy back up wrong, as well as the CA integrated tail and everything is plugged up correctly. any help would be appreciated. thanks fellas.

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Which fuse exactly is getting blown? Do you have a volt or multimeter handy?
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it's the signal fuse... and since my first post, i've kept working at it. i unplugged all the signals, and plugged them back up one by one. it's the front left that's me up. i may just unplug the fronts and leave the CA tail plugged up for now. curious though how it worked when i took the street plastics off, but not after i put them back on. maybe my bike just doesn't like the street anymore.
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then i went to turn on the left, and i heard it pop the fuse.
That right there say's "CHECK MY WIREING"

Pull off your body work and check all the wiring on the bike, especially on that circuit that keeps blowing the fuse. It's going to be a short to ground somewhere.
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That right there say's "CHECK MY WIREING"

Pull off your body work and check all the wiring on the bike, especially on that circuit that keeps blowing the fuse. It's going to be a short to ground somewhere.
i've narrowed it down to the front left turn signal. i'm thinking either the led board is bad, or the wiring inside the "aftermarket install" tape isn't right after a long/spirited run with hpc/wfo last sunday. either way, i unplugged that one, and everything works like a champ. good thing i LIKE the hotbodies flush mounts... i can get a replacement set for like $20 on ebay. haha... only good thing they make imo.
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