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Ignition fuse keep popping everytime i turn my steering wheel on my rf900

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It is most likely to be where the wiring comes out of the headstock, the loom has worn and bared the wires. Check the wires there and repair

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This sounds like a loose connection in the ignition wires. Anytime a spark is created the voltage in the like spikes. The spike is blowing the fuse. Find the loose connection ( or abraded wire, bad ground, etc.), and fix it.

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