Question about Yamaha XV 535 Virago DX Motorcycles
You have a massive short. First, start by disconnecting ALL of the components on that circuit. What circiut is that 30 amp fuse on? From there, use a digital multi-meter and check ffrom the connector leads to the chassis ground. You will need a wiring diagram for this, and no, I don't have one for it. Possible to do it without one, but you'll have to trace the circuit by eye or hand. Not too bad on a bike, but in a car, that's a different story. If you have continuity to ground on a circuit that is supposed to be power, you have a wirring short. If you do NOT have a wiring short, you have a component shorted to ground, example, a starter or alternator, etc... the Stick
Posted on Dec 10, 2009
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