Thanks for taking a look. I'm trying to wire in a relay to power some heated grips. I've got a DRZ400 - E Model. The key switch for the bike doesn't have an ACC position.....just off and on. When I turn the key to the on position, the headlight comes on.....that's where I'm getting the "switched" power into the relay. OK...here's the relay I'm using: From the picture below you'll see how I've got it wired up. 1) a straight wire from the battery goes to 30 2) 87 goes to the switch that turns the grips on/off 3) 85 is grounded 4) 86 is where I've run a wire and splice into the headlight (to activate the relay.) The theory is: When I turn the key on and the headlight comes on, power goes from the headlight into 86 - which in turn will allow power to run from 30 to 87 and then on to the grip heater switch. The bike has a factory 10amp fuse connected to the positive side of the battery. I keep popping that fuse. Here's as far as I've got............. When I have the headlight spliced wire hooked to 86 and 85 is grounded, then I turn the key switch to "on" thus powering the headlight and the relay....I pop the bike's fuse. The fuse will pop even if 30 and 87 aren't connected. Any ideas?