Question about 2003 Yamaha V Star Classic
Hello. I have a V Star 650 Classic 2003. When I bought the bike the front left blinker and running light was very rusted and didn't work. I cleaned it out and got it to work but that side blinks faster like a bulb is out. I just installed a lightbar and now every time I turn on the ignition I blow the blinker fuse. I took off the lightbar and disconected the signals and head lamp. It still blows the fuse as soon as I turn the key. Any ideas? Thanks so much,
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Posted on Mar 11, 2012
Every time you turn bike on front lamps are cuasing fuse failure. you have a running light pwr pinched. diconnect battery ground and secure lead so it cant get back to post. Use an ohm meter check lights pwr leads to ground looking for meter to see if continuity to chassis ground exsists. ohm's found in milla or killa values should not be mistaken for short to ground more like the resistance through light fillament. best checked with all bulbs to circuit removed. Continuity through test leads should be subtracted from test value good connection .1ohm no connection = OFL or open.
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