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Hey, I have a 07 450er and it keeps popping the 20 amp fuse on the battery..thought it was a bad starter switch replaced it and still doing it to me...what i have noticed is that it seems to blow it either going into gear or going back to neutral..Any suggestions to where i should focus on?
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First check you wireing and make sure none of the wire is exposed. I had a similar issue and I had a wire that was worn through. Also check your grounds and put delectric grease on all your connections and plugs.
 

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First check you wireing and make sure none of the wire is exposed. I had a similar issue and I had a wire that was worn through. Also check your grounds and put delectric grease on all your connections and plugs.
cool, will do...thanks
 

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May be a short in the neutral light circuit, if it blows going in and out of neutral.
 

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You said you already checked the start button on the bars? I had the exact same issue on my 07 TRX450ER and it was the spring in my start button collapsed.
 

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yea that light was a thought maybe ill pull that off see if it stops with that inop...Yea i had the starter button missing from the switch so i put a new unit on and had no luck
 

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yea that light was a thought maybe ill pull that off see if it stops with that inop...Yea i had the starter button missing from the switch so i put a new unit on and had no luck
It might not blow the fuse with the light out, but I don't think it will start and run unless the neutral light circuit is intact. I would check the neutral light socket that the bulb goes in, also. I could be wrong about that, though.
 

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It might not blow the fuse with the light out, but I don't think it will start and run unless the neutral light circuit is intact. I would check the neutral light socket that the bulb goes in, also. I could be wrong about that, though.[/QUOTE]

lol..im pretty much lost on what it can be cause its happening in such a odd situation...i appreciate all the quick help
 

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I am going to see my mechanic today and try to get some ideas for you.
 
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