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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
This Sounds like a Stator/Charging Coil or Voltage Regulator Problem.
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Posted on May 13, 2009
This model is known for shearing the flywheel key.
Posted on Nov 14, 2009
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need to ohm out the clutch....clutch ohms are 2-4 ohms anything less will blow the fuse due to it being shorted out,,,,,takes less than a min to find out with a multi meter
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Posted on Nov 21, 2009
SOURCE: HI, My name is Eddie.
To blow a 20 amp fuse, or any fuse for that matter, one, must have a major short circuit somewhere? So you need to find this first. It is always inadvisable to simply replace a fuse, especially with a larger size, before first finding what caused the fuse to blow.
You need to find out what is fed by that fuse, and trace back along that circuit and locate the short. It maybe, say, an abraded wire touching the chassis or earth? or it maybe a faulty component? It's impossible to tell without examining a unit.
You will need to obtain a service manual to be able to read the circuit diagram to trace it out, below is a link to hopefully obtain one
Once one has located the short, or faulty component replacement will usually fix things, or if a short to chassis, re-insulating the affected area will usually solve things.
Posted on Aug 01, 2011
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