Ignition fuse blowing (take 2)
Hi All, I made a hastily composed post earlier and I want to clarify things a bit to hopefully get some help.
I have a 2010 1300A, I believe that indicates N America, it is an American bike. I'm located near Seattle, WA.
On a recent ride, after a stop, I started up and she died a block later. There are no electrical mods to this bike.
The ignition fuse repeatedly blows as soon as the switch is in the on position, regardless of kill switch being on or off.
I will get running lights and nuetral indicator lit, but no other gauges and no headlights.
I was encouraged to chase the red/white stripe wire from the ignition fuse block and look for shorts. I believe that I've eliminated the possibility of a short in the nose, with the aid of my multimeter and plugging and unplugging connectors at various points.
When I unplug the ECU the fuse doesn't blow, the gauges come back, and the bike will turn over.
I'm wondering if there is a way to test the ECU (aside from swapping one out) and also if these syptoms point only to the ECU or could the short be somewhere else?
The wires on the ECU plug seem to be in good shape, the is no visible evidence of frayed wires, corrosion, ect.
Thanks in advance!