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So I'm installing a led lightbar using a fog light wire kit and some how blew the main and accesory fuses. I replaced the fuses and removed the fog light kit but now have no power at the power outlet or winch yet have power on both sides of the fuse....
Am I missing something? I don't get it...
Please help
Thanks
 

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so u blew the four fuses by the two relays? there are also in-line fuses.
 

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try swapping the relays one is a power relay and one is the fan relay.
 

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Thanks guys!

Found the problem and what a stupid one it was....
After blowing the fuses I had to scrounge for some in the garage. They were a little dirty from being in my front box of the 800. Sooo...
I wiped them off and put them in. Well they were making a connection on the hot side of the fuse box which was allowing power through the fuse but wasn't making a connection to the other side of the fuse block. After an hour of smashing my head against the wall I pulled the fuse out scrubbed it up and put it back...
Like magic everything was back to normal....
Never a dull moment in the garage of Sean...

Here is a pic with the light installed



Also wired up the led tail light for my Tammarack lock n go box



Thanks again for the help
Glad it was something stupid...
Sean
 

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cool beans. when i said in-line fuses i was thinking the circuit breaker that is in the harness. any way that is at the rear of the bike. lights look good.
 
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