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I have brake light and horn problem

I have problem with brake light and horn on my Yamaha. Signal fuse blow every time when i put key on ACC. I check the wires (these I can see) all is OK.

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You have a hot short between the brake light or horn wire. It is touching a ground somewhere. Trace out both wires to ground and see if they are not touching somewhere. It may also be a short in the fuse box? May be brake pedal sensor is shorting out. Or the horn has a short to ground.

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