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My Suzuki GSX 1300R 2004 fuse problem

My Suzuki GSX 1300R 2004 blows the 15amp signal fuse when I use either brake. Which kills both the ignition and indicators. Any ideas please

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    Harry Stoeptegel Nov 19, 2015

    Can be your voltage regulator. Check that out. It is known for blowing up lights

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