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Combi meter fuse busted after every ride

Good day guys, i just replaced my rectifier, could this be the culprit in my fuse being busted after every ride. Your inputs, tnx


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yes/no i would double check make sure you dont have a rubbed through wire up front.. but while your riding do you notice you lose your gauges??

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It doesnt come off when i ride it. Gauges will be out when i start it again to go home. This happened to me thrice already


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take it for a spin and see what happens if you have gauges after you start it sounds like your ok... otherwise i would start lookin for wires that are rubbed through and touchin a ground

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Need to replace the fuse again. If its a short circuit, it should blew right away but it doesnt. The fuse blows after i turned off the engine after a short ride. When i switch the ignition, no lights, tach, speedo. The only thing that is ok in the combi meter is the clock


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By the way, it is an 03


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Need your inputs guys, thanks a lot


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I would be looking at your tail light and rear license plate light...
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Brake lights are doing ok, how do i check the auxillary fan?


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Not the brake light... the tail light. It runs off the same fuse as the gauges, and 99% of the time that's where the problem will be...
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Not the brake light... the tail light. It runs off the same fuse as the gauges, and 99% of the time that's where the problem will be...
^^This. Check the wires running to the taillight from under the tail fairing to the actual light for a short/bare wire.
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Tail light wiring is ok, any more inputs?


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what kind of flushmounts do you have??

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