Join Date: Jun 2008
Location: Edmonton AB
Motorcycle: 2014 675R, 2019 Husky TE300i, 2014 Grom. Yes, Grom, fuck you, it's fun.
Re: Electrical issues!
Further to the good advice from Bill, I need to caution you on your approach to fuses.
Fuses are mechanical protection. They are designed to blow so that bad current won't dicker your expensive components. Every time you replace a fuse and blow it, you subject the system to more current than it can handle and you will end up frying components.
My advice would be to leave the fuse out. Like bill said, disconnect the components he listed, but use a multimeter and gradually test each connector, in order of connection from the positive battery lead to the negative battery lead. Each connector should show a voltage from one of the pins to the negative terminal. If one does not, you know that there is a short to ground either in the harness at that node or the previous component that was connected.
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