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Honda cb1300s The indicator and breaklight fuse blows vigourously whenever the bike is taken out of neutral what would cause this?

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I would follow the wires and see where there is a break in them
and also check the switch if sombody has pulled the wire from the switch to nake a short in the switch.

Posted on Mar 24, 2014

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SOURCE: 1990 Honda Goldwing GL1500 lights go off when put in gear.

We had the same thing tonite. thanx to the guy that pointed us in the right direction.
More specificly, if you remove the seat, you will find two black plastic boxes, one on each side. they hold a 30-40 pin connector. the one on the left side (as you are sitting on it) we found one burned connection in the corner of the plug. a green wire. we cut the wire off both sides of the plugs & made a jumper (bypassed the plug) works good, even the cruise works now too.
hope this helps. now we can relax & have some beers EH!!

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SOURCE: 2007 Honda Shadow Aero blows dash,warning light,

try changing the voltage regulator as its running out of controle the charger is over charging and you will boile the battery as well, its all down to the voltage regulator not doing its job right,,,easy fix? buy a new one but get the heavy duty reg and put some heat sink creem on the back of it so the heat can soke away into the frame fast that way they live longer
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Posted on Jun 24, 2010

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