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FUSE KEEPS BLOWING


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Hi All


I bought a tl1000s and since this afternoon it keeps blowing the 30amp fuse close to the battery !


CAN SOMEONE PLEASE HELP ME ?


Please


Corrie

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Not if its broken down again lol



:up:


its not broken down its just delayed :lol: :lol:



a little more info will help


what curcuit is the fuse on ? is it the starter relay fuse ? when is it popping ? all the time or just when the starter is hit ?


Stu

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Hi


I drove to town and before I stopped it just went dead. No power, nothing no lights. I check the front fuse box but everything seems ok. I took of the seat and check where the battery main wire goes to. Their are two fuses and both are 30amp fuses. I changed it and as I started it It immediatly popped again. I swapped it and drove home as I stopped It blew again.


Hope this helps


Corrie

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i bet you have water in somewhere


it is the main fuse you are popping thats why it is totally dead once it goes


you got any maintanence spray in the garage ? start spraying all electrical connectors starting with the main fuse,ignition and light switch


it sounds like you have water somewhere


sometimes mine wont turn over once its bad a bath :?

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Thanks


I will clear all connections tommorow and use penetration spray to try to sort it out. If I dont come right I will be back for more.


Thanks again, appreciated.


Corrie

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oh and go to shop and buy loads more fuses just incase :lol:


good luck :thumb:

 

Go through all the wiring before you put another fuse in!!! Check alarm circuits and starter circuits. Try to recall what extra circuits were on when the fuse blew. Were your headlights on? If not don't worry. have you been riding in rain? If you have where can the rain get to?


Check the rectifier, look for loose connections and any signs of burning.

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Hi All


I found the problem. Everytime I start the bike and turn tHE STEERING TO THE LEFT, the fuse goes. I took of the faring off and found a red wire that have exposed some copper. and if I turn the steering the wire touches the body.


Thank you all for the input and problem solving.


Corrie

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:oops: :oops:


i had a problem like that


it was behind the right hand upper fairing the main wiring harness to the headlights and clocks it was rubbing on the bracket for the fairing


totolly forgot about that :?


glad you sorted it :thumb:

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:roll: cant get the staff these days :lol:

 

look his bike is delayed that much its hard for him to remeber each and

every reason why he should have bought a Yam :twisted:

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