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Gsxr 600 1999 keeps blowing main fuses.

It was working fine until i tried to do a slow u turn and it blew the main fuse, i checked the wires just incase i got one hooked up but nothing seems to be out of place. Now it just blows fusses everytime i try to pull off and it got worse,now the bike seems like it imobalised (you know the lights are on but obody is home) help?

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    Dick May 11, 2010

    You probably have a wiring harness problem. Either something got pulled loose or something has rubbed enough that you're getting a short. I would start by checking all the wires that might be pulled during a slow u turn.

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