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Author Topic: 1972 Honda CB750 K2 - Blowing my fuse  (Read 231 times)

Offline Jrperida

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1972 Honda CB750 K2 - Blowing my fuse
« on: Aug 15, 2017, 23:17:02 »
I replaced the old harness and fuse box with new ones but I'm still blowing my 15a main fuse. It mainly occurs when I'm kickstarting the bike and intermittently when i turn the kill switch from off to on position after I turn the key. I checked all my connections and grounds, all seem to be in good order. I feel like something is drawing too much power when I kickstart the bike, the coils perhaps?

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Re: 1972 Honda CB750 K2 - Blowing my fuse
« Reply #1 on: Aug 16, 2017, 12:29:58 »
Probably not drawing too much power, but there might be a pinch in a wire somewhere that's eaten through the insulation. Check all of your black and black/white wires to make sure they're all in good shape and there isn't any metal poking out from behind insulation.
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Offline Jrperida

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Re: 1972 Honda CB750 K2 - Blowing my fuse
« Reply #2 on: Aug 18, 2017, 21:58:06 »
I've double checked all my wires and no signs of pinches or any bare wire sticking out. I can't figure out another way to diagnose the situation. My thoughts were leading to the charging system, perhaps just change out the regulator and rectifier for a dual solid state rectifier/regulator.