20 amp fuse by battery keeps blowing - Honda CBR1000 Forum : 1000RR.net
 
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post #1 of 2 Old 09-08-2019, 08:17 PM Thread Starter
Xander Alexander
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20 amp fuse by battery keeps blowing

So I am new here guys go easy on me. I have a 2006 cbr1000rr that I recently changed the headlights to HID and bought a new front wiring harness for the headlights since the previous owner had cut up the old ones for an after market headlight. Also put a new stator and a new starter solenoid on. After a 2hr ride my bike just completely shut off at 80mph on the highway. Shortly after getting the bike home I noticed that my 20 amp fuse for the FI (fuel injection) kept blowing no matter what I did. So I unplugged that part of the wiring harness to see if that were the problem. With the killswitch off, I turn key giving power fuse is fine. Flip the kill switch, still a good fuse. Try to start the bike and of course it turns over but doesnt start because my bank angle sensor isnt connected but the fuse is still fine. Then I plugged the headlight harness back in but unplugged the bank angle sensor and repeated the process. Still the fuse didnt blow. As soon as I plugged my bank angle sensor in right side up and repeated the process, my fuse blew. It has to be my bank angle sensor right? Please correct me if I'm wrong....
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post #2 of 2 Old 09-08-2019, 08:21 PM Thread Starter
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Oh and of course my fuel pump isnt priming. Hense what I'm getting at is, Would the bank angle sensor keep my fuel pu.p from priming, thus blowing my 20 amp fuse leading to my bike turning over but not starting?
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