Re: Electrical Issues 2005 K1200LT - Help please
A fuse opening on a multi-branch circuit is going to require some troubleshooting, without ts no way of knowing the reason for the excess current. Does the fuse open without the key on, or when you turn the key on?
Disconnect the power lines for everything on that circuit, install a new fuse, hook up the power for only one of the items, turn the key on, power on the item. If the fuse is still good, move on to the next item.
If the fuse blows with nothing connected then you have a wiring short to frame/ground "somewhere". If it blows when a specific item is powered on well then you found the culprit.
But begin by disconnecting anything associated with that fuse and selectively reconnect them unless the fuse blows even with nothing connected.
Also check for a wire/ground short with an ohmmeter directly at the fuse with everything disconnected to confirm for a wire short.
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04 K1200LT, 05 F650GS