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THE HEADLIGHTS AND ALL LIGHT WON'T WORK BUT THE BIKE RUNS. THE FUSE WAS REPLACED BUT IT BLEW OUT AGAIN IN 2 MINUTES? A SHORT?? OR SOMETHING. LOOKED ALL OVER THE WIRING AND COULDN'T SEE ANY ISSUES??? ANY THOUGHTS???

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Check your grounds. You may want to make sure it is not hooked up backwards Positive and Negative. If you have a manual check to see if you have the right amperage fuse.

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