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I have a 1980 Goldwing 1100 GL and I recently took out the radio because it stopped working last season and all of a sudden came back on (but didn't work/play) and stayed on even with the key out of the ignition. I've checked every possible length of wire from the tail light to the fuse block. I opened up the turn/horn block on the handle bars and there was no loose or touching wires. I had the fuse in and workingwith the turn signal working, as well as, the brakes but as soon as I tried the horn the fuse blew again...



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Check and see if the horn button is shorting to ground. And also check for a bad or loose ground wire.
 

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:waving:Apparently you have power shorting to ground in the horn circuit. With a loose ground inthe horn circuit the hornwould work intermittenly.
 
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