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Hi Aaron here,from New Zealand keep blowing 30 amp fuse

Came in from U S A  as a salvaged bike I,am pleased with it but she keeps blowing the 30 amp fuse,has a power comander on it an tunnel ram woundering could it be the power comander your help would be abig help can,t seem to find anyone over here that knows much about them. shes a 2001 1500 cc valcan classic . thats the power comander they,er unsure about .

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    Roberta Smith May 11, 2010

    just found the service manual... actually it goes to 99 but should be good... i'll have a look over it later unless someone on here helps you out



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Sorry I was thinking about the Suzuki....Not an Kawaka dealer..

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Brother you got a dead short was salvage do to wreck if so check inside head light bezel for split or frade wires.

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