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I have a VTX1300c and the ignition fuse keeps blowing and have checked all wires and have no problem so what could it be

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Is the fuse blowing just turning on the key....or while the bike is running?

I'm not familiar with your particuliar model....but if the fuse blows immediately....test the Kill switch on the handlebar for a short.
Test your ignition coils primary and secondary for an internal short.
I think your bike has a fuel pump, if so...perhaps there is a short there, or its drawing too much current.

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