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fuse blows

Dwight Linder When I turn the key to the run position it blows a 25 amp fuse. It is not the key switch - I replaced that and I have disconnected the wire under the seat and have wired it together. Can't figure out why the fuse keeps blowing.
bontai Joe Fuses blow because there is too much current flowing thru the circuit. My guess is you have a short in the wiring harness somewhere, or possibly when you replaced the key switch, you switched wires or got the incorrect switch.
Vernon Norris I have a B7510 that started doing the same & I have traced it to what was called a Key Stop Relay, now called a relay starter, part #T1060-33720. I have ordered it from the dealer, so can't guarantee the fix til I get it. However, when I unplugged it, fuses stopped blowing. Hope this helps.

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