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Old 04-02-2013, 03:43 AM   #1
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Electrical fault

I have a 2005 Triumph Tiger, it seems to loose charge from the battery, I have replaced the battery and it seems to still loose charge. After Doctor Google, I found out how to test for a leak/lose of charge - disconnect the negitive lead to the battery and put a test light on the earth lead and the other end on the battery, I got the light on the test light, then read a little futher and Google informed me that if I start pulling fuses one at a time, it will allow me to isolate the circut causing the issue, done this and narrowed it down to fuse number 8 which is the dash light fuse (5amp fuse) I have now pulled the dash apart looking for an obvious rub mark or burnt wire ect, but nothing.. any tips on where to now would be fantastic...

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