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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 09-08-2008, 05:55 PM Thread Starter
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Thumbs up electrical problem **Figured it out **

so i was at the track and left my horn and headlights hanging not thinking. well i think it blew the fuse. because the brake light horn nor the turn signals were working. i put the spare in and it worked for a little then blew again.

at first the right signal stopped and when i went to put it on the headlight would have a flashing dim. then all stopped working.

what could this be? at the time the second fuse blew i had the horn disconnected and those hanging. they are covered in rubber so how can that be it? also the rear brake wire was disconnected up by the tank but that has a plastic connector so i doubt that could be it.

any ideas? thanks
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Clean the connectors and make sure there is no condensation
inside them its possible that might be the reason behind the
electrical shortage cause i am sure there is one some where



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i figured it out. i took off the right front signal. well when i did it came right off. the wires were twisted up and ripped off from the signal and touching. i sometimes twist it to tighten it back on and was not thinking lol.
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Glad you figured out the problem electrical stuff can be a pain some time



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