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I blew the fuse for the running lights front...can't find the fuse. there are a series of 3 to 25 amp fuses just below the oil cap but they are all in working order. also need to get an owners manual Vince

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There is as fusaeable link in the main headlight compartment bucket, you have to take it apart to get to the fuse. There is likley a short in the running light housing which causes it.

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In ur house if it is then go 2 the curcit breaker and look for the switch thats the other direction than the others

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