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2004 fxst running lights not working. just changed out the right side turn signal bulb, which was very loose. I suspect a short and a blown fuse, however can't locate fuse box.

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Harley has moved the fuse box location several times. Look either under the seat or behind the triangular plate on the left side of the bike.

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