The # 12 fuse, 5amps, blows on my 1993 Goldwing. I replace the fuse and the lights are fine until the fuse blows again. What I recently discovered is and what I think may have blown the fuse is the hazard lights came on without the hazard button being pressed, and then that probably blew the # 12 fuse, killing the power to the relays, and killing the power to the lamps. I noticed the two hazard lamps were on at my instrument panel, and then when the 5 amp fuse blew, killing power to the head lamps, the hazard lights that were glowing turned off too. With the # 12 fuse blown, I can then press the hazard buttom, and the hazard lamps will flash, and the head lamps will flash too, until I depress the hazard button. I haven't tried a larger fuse to replace the # 12 fuse. I'm thinking the 5 amp circuit is being overloaded when the hazard lights come on, but how are the hazard lights coming on when the button isn't depressed, and appears to get power from the 5 amp fuse? Any help determining a way better isolate my problem would be greatly appreciated.