Question about 1997 Honda F6 C Valkyrie
The positive lead in the starter circuit is touching ground, causing the fuse to blow. Unless there is a positive lead in the starter switch that is causing the wire to short to ground, it is most likely somewhere in the harness. The first thing is to look and remove any wire covering and check the harness or wire with a worn insulator (wire coating). To blow a 30 amp fuse is definitely a dead short to ground.
Posted on Nov 17, 2010
Something is the charge circuit must be blowing the fuse. The charging circuit is about the only circuit that is only hot when the engine is running. Everything else will work with just the key on.
Posted on Nov 15, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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