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Main 30 amp fuse blowing

Even when ignition is off it blows, the bike has been standing covered for 5 months waiting for new sump but before this it was running sweet. been told its a short in the loom but not so sure, please help......

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Sounds like it is a short. Start checking all your main wiring and make sure that nothing has rubbed showing bear wire and that nothing is grounded on your system. The short in the loom if VERY common due to vibrations

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