Question about 2002 Honda VFR 800
Check the wiring to your license plate light. Mine were frayed, which caused the fuse to blow when they'd short. I'd lose the headlights, tail-lights, and instruments (but the engine kept running fine). After repairing the wires, I've been trouble free. I hope this helps.
Posted on Jun 13, 2010
You have a short . check the wires at the unit, may be grounding, or touching housing, look for loose connections. bikes vibrate alot and sometimes things move around and get loose. i add electrical tape to some of those spots, which factory doesnt
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