I rode about twenty miles this morning to pick up a cellphone from a craigslist seller. About 100 feet from my destination I lost all power to my bike. Awesome.... Info - Main 30a fuse blew out - 10a Tail-light/horn fuse blew on the ride over - I have blown high-beams on 3 headlights in a week Steps - Removed tail light - Plugged in new fuses (tail and main) - Main fuse blew instantly(no ignition) - Disconnected all connectors removed all fuses. - inserted main fuse and reconnected main fuse harness. No blowout - Reconnected an fuses. No blowout - Reconnected computers and flasher relay. No Blowout - Reconnected Regulator rectifier. Instant blow out. - Tested out the R/R as shown.
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04-07-11 Integrated tail light installation
This was not as easy as I thought it would be. As it turns out the plug was put together improperly at the factory. After much trouble shooting and many burnt fuses the problem was discovered and the solution is as presented in the video. Be sure to hit subscribe.