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1994 honda magna fuse troubles

Everytime i turn the ignition switch on the ignition fuse blows about 3 seconds later. i traced the wiring harness but did not find any bare wires or shorts. Any help would be greatly appreciated.

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I have a 2009 Honda 750 Shadow Aero , every time i turn on the ignition switch it keeps blowing the 10 Amp fuse that operates the Horn,mileage indicator,clutch neutral safety switch light and the speedometer indicator. I check all the wires that i could see if there was a pinch in the line.if you know anything about what i can look for please let me know, THANK YOU

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Check for shorts to the stator or rotor. It is part of the charging system under the left side cover. Sometimes they can get shorted out, and cause the fuse to blow. If you disconnect the plug for it, you can also test to see if the fuse still blows. If it doesn't, you have found your problem. You may need to unplug things and keep checking your fuse. When it stops blowing, you have found your problem. May want to get a resettable breaker till you find your problem.

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