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have your tried unplugging the taillights one at the time and see if that will stop the fuse from blowing ?
look at the connectors for evidence of melting,burned spot or backed out pins ?
Please let me know
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ok that rules out the tail lights , how about the fuse box socket where you are inserting the fuse can you look at the back of it where the wires coming in any wires touching each other
yes that is possible , unfortunately on 1984 model not a lot of info is provided to me as far wiring diagram for it , i m looking cant find much on it , to send you for testing
yes to test it is okay, but offcourse you cant keep running this way, because eventually that wire will get hot
please let me know if that will work, good idea, sorry for the delay , it is not instant reply plus, it happened that i m travelong and my internet coverage is going in & out
I apologize for that , but i will reply back to you asap
lol, i m sorry man, it was a good test , but we blew some else . but you can ride it now , i guess that is a small improvement .
stop running wires , it will need that wiring diagram for it, i m going to try to find it for you .
i will let you know
ok sounds good, i will let you know by monday, a friend of mine has a bike shop and specialize in older model honda, i want ask him see what he thinks and see if he has any wiring diagrams for it
not unusual part of the sensor is bad for the tail lights but not the brake light .