Main fuse keeps blowing, narrowed down the source.
So last month I had some more time so I pulled out the bike and have been giving it a look over every now and then.
My main fuse (30A) keeps blowing and I tried everything. Had a buddy come over and check a few things he said based on what he found there is no wire grounded (and I have gone over every wire at least 3 time now) and that it has to be a component.
He found something wrong with the ignition coils, so I replaced both of those. However the main fuse kept blowing. I just did the Stator mod, and the R/R. and those both are good. I replaced the stater relay with a shot in the dark and the main fuse still blow as soon as I put in a fuse. I unplugged the CDI and the still main fuse blows as soon as I touch it in.
However I unplugged the pickup coils for the front and rear cylinder coming out of the stator housing, and the main fuse stopped blowing.
So the question is, if I replace the pickup coils with now ones, pop them in, screw them down, could those wires and male magnetic components (for lack of understanding) should that solve the problem? Or would what the pickup coils are plugged into be the cause of the problems?
Thanks for any input. Regardless of learning way more than expected I am still very clueless when it comes to most things.