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Long time reader, first time poster. Here's the problem:



81 1100 turn signal, horn, andstop light were working fine, all but left side signal, which I chased down to a loose wire under the seat. During the process, I changed out the fuse. Now it appears the whole loop is dead. That is, I have no horn, signals, or brake light. I have tried half a dozen new fuses - nothing. All the other circuits from the fuse panel are live.It appears the fuse posts for the horn/signal/tail circuit are not energized. Working one day, dead the next.



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Hey Tom, grab a multimeter & see if there's 12 volts on the lower/bottom fuse connector (the one closer to the seat). My Acc circuit did the same thing, turns out that I had 12 volts on one side of the fuse, when I put a new fuse in, had 12 volts on the other side of the fuse, but no power further into the circuit. Turns out the connection in the fuse block was all corroded up. It was easier for me to solder a new wire to the upper copper fuse connector...

Just a guess...Dave
 
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