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Changed handle bars but now I have no turn signals, horn or brake lights

I have a 2002 Harley 883 that i changed the stock bars to drag bars but now i dont have any turn signals, horn or tail lights from either the hand or foot brake. What could it be? I thought that i may have pinched a wire but i have went back and checked it twice and it's good. Could i have blown a fuse or circut braker and if so where would they be located? Which one would it be?

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Fuse their under the seat and their marked good luck

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