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Honda Hornet keep blowing dash fuses

Bike runs and headlight works but nothing ele electrical works tried replacing fuse and everything seems ok ride for 1-3 miles and it blows again

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Check for a short in the wiring. Sounds like after bumping along on a ride an exposed wire grounds and blows the fuses.

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