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Charging system vires melt quickly.

The vire that comes out from engine connects to a three way connector at the site of battery. it always get melted for abot a month period. prior to that i put a extra swith to switch off the head lamp. and by mistake i forgot to turn it on when i ride da bike since then only i got tyhis problem. the other part of that three way connecter is connected to cdi unit i think. cdi unit has2 plugs to connect. one i think rectifirs. those connected to melting vires. how can i check this .?

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Imnot clear as to what exactly your saying but if you have a wire melting it is either you have a short which if you did it would be blowing fuses, most likely you have an excess of amperage going thru this wire, you should definitely let someone at a dealer look at this.

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