Question about Suzuki GSX-R 600 Motorcycles
Ok. First thing you will want to do is isolate the problem. It is
caused by an electrical short. First remove the wiring harness for the
rear tail light then engage the brakes if the fuse blows then you know
its somewhere further down the line. If it doesn't blow then you know
its between the harness and the light. You will want to find an repair
the short. A multimeter will help in this process at some point, unless
it ends up being easy to find.
Posted on Nov 13, 2009
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