Check the wires going through the steering head area that they havent broken and shorting out on the frame.
Take Gerard’s advice. Look close for bare wire that could be contacting anything metal and shorting out.measured 13.4v across the fuse location... same at battery direct. I wouldn't think that would blow the fuse ?? I'll keep searchin
Voltage doesn't blow fuses. Amperage does.measured 13.4v across the fuse location... same at battery direct. I wouldn't think that would blow the fuse ?? I'll keep searchin
Yessir! exactly right. Got stuck in the turn stop I'm guessing. I since wrapped it and rerouted it so that wouldn't happen again.Something has crushed those two wires. While you are repairing them figure out what caused the problem in the first place and fix that too. They may be getting pinched when the steering is at its limits.
The Grub was doing the same a couple years ago. There was a kink in a wire inside the main harness just behind the steering head. No wear on the insulation, but each time the handlebar was turned hard left, the wire would flex at the kink and fray a little more.Yah....i had a Bmw where the ignition would cut out each time the bars would turn...
Yeah...twas a new BMW...so i thought id just score a "free trailer ride" to the dealer.When I searched “Roadside Assist” on my phone it only returned my own number. 😆