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2012 f800 anniversary, keeps blowing the 7.5 fuse.

My f800 keeps blowing the 7.5 fuse after a long ride. Please help, or if you can turn me on to a thread if their is one thanks in advance.

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That should be the cigarette lighter. Your not using that to fire up stogies are ya?

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That should be the cigarette lighter. Your not using that to fire up stogies are ya?


How did you know that, I self roll too . Thanks for the tip. I did find another post that says that same thing as being the problem. I use the outlet for my heat shield, I'm also going to get a new cord for my hood. Another ? thou, should the heat shield be on a different circuit?.


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How did you know that, I self roll too . Thanks for the tip. I did find another post that says that same thing as being the problem. I use the outlet for my heat shield, I'm also going to get a new cord for my hood. Another ? thou, should the heat shield be on a different circuit?.


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I would plug your heated shield into the plug down by the chain case. Most likely what is happening is you are grounding your cord which will blow that fuse and then no gauges. Buddy of mine had that happen on his 1100 FX last year. Ran out of fuses before we figured it out.
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I would plug your heated shield into the plug down by the chain case. Most likely what is happening is you are grounding your cord which will blow that fuse and then no gauges. Buddy of mine had that happen on his 1100 FX last year. Ran out of fuses before we figured it out.
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Look halfway down this article to show where the plug is located: ArcticInsider - Sled Prep: Before I Even Click Off One Mile

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I would plug your heated shield into the plug down by the chain case. Most likely what is happening is you are grounding your cord which will blow that fuse and then no gauges. Buddy of mine had that happen on his 1100 FX last year. Ran out of fuses before we figured it out.


I have a curveball. I didn't tell you I am using that outlet by the crank case for my heated seats That i added( easy to do by the way). Is there any other open plug to use or splitter

Thanks for your input, and thanks in advance.
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I have a curveball. I didn't tell you I am using that outlet by the crank case for my heated seats That i added( easy to do by the way). Is there any other open plug to use or splitter

Thanks for your input, and thanks in advance.
That heated seat may be why you are blowing fuses. The two strokes are not set up with enough juice to run the heated seat as Cat does not offer them with nor as an option. I would unhook that first and see if your fuse issue is resolved.
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How did you know that, I self roll too . Thanks for the tip. I did find another post that says that same thing as being the problem. I use the outlet for my heat shield, I'm also going to get a new cord for my hood. Another ? thou, should the heat shield be on a different circuit?.
I separated mine and wired a direct circuit and a separate fuse box for the cig/socket, my factory heated shield accessory socket and my horn.

Owning a Thundercat is like having a totally hot wife..... All of your friends want to see it, feel it and check it out..... They all want to know what it is like to ride it, but if they only knew how much time and money it takes to keep one up, they would call you a fool!

Seen in a DOO forum

"Of all the 850 vs Sidewinders/Thundercat/ZR 9000's; you are the first I have ever heard that beat one. I know the 850 is strong but it's down 30 hp from the turbo sleds.
I have a low slung fully built( by a well know engine builder) 3 cylinder 800 cc that made multiple dyno pulls over 200 hp on a calibrated Land and Sea dyno and I barely pull my buddy on his stock Thundercat. And I do have video."

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I separated mine and wired a direct circuit and a separate fuse box for the cig/socket, my factory heated shield accessory socket and my horn.


What!!! Your horn that's sweet.


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Owning a Thundercat is like having a totally hot wife..... All of your friends want to see it, feel it and check it out..... They all want to know what it is like to ride it, but if they only knew how much time and money it takes to keep one up, they would call you a fool!

Seen in a DOO forum

"Of all the 850 vs Sidewinders/Thundercat/ZR 9000's; you are the first I have ever heard that beat one. I know the 850 is strong but it's down 30 hp from the turbo sleds.
I have a low slung fully built( by a well know engine builder) 3 cylinder 800 cc that made multiple dyno pulls over 200 hp on a calibrated Land and Sea dyno and I barely pull my buddy on his stock Thundercat. And I do have video."

Things on NASA headphones that are not good;
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