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Keeps blowing my indicater,brake and dash lights fuse when ever i move my handly bars????

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You truly have a short in your handle bar wiring. If not check where the wires enter the back of the headlight. At any rate, you need to dissasemble (make yourself notes about colors and locations), locate that skinned wire, repair and reassemble.

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