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Old 02-26-2011, 08:25 AM   #11
GSDonovan
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Location: East Greenwich, RI
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Originally Posted by markjenn View Post
Have you tried re-soldering the connections between the wiring and fuse block? They can become embrittled with time, leading to high resistance and fuse overheating. This problem occurred on two of my old Hondas.

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Thanks Mark...actually on the XS1 there isn't any fuse block. There's just one single fuse inline with the battery hot. I'm checking for shorts....but I'm wondering if I'll need to replace the rotor (used replacement), regulator and/or rectifier.
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