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RR gets hot

Replace the R/R on my 95 model. Where the yellow wires was melted at the base of the male connectors. I replace with a good one, but when I'm at idle it gets very hot. Is this normal? Also I did blow 30 amp fuse and all I had wad a 15 to start bike
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Replace the R/R on my 95 model. Where the yellow wires was melted at the base of the male connectors. I replace with a good one, but when I'm at idle it gets very hot. Is this normal? Also I did blow 30 amp fuse and all I had wad a 15 to start bike

How hot is "very hot" though?

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Re: RR gets hot

yea my RR gets hot too. almost too hot to the touch but then again that's what the fins are for
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Re: RR gets hot

Yeah, but I think I fried the relay between the pos bat cable. Put multi on it and no voltage. Maybe why I didn't get power to bike
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Yeah, but I think I fried the relay between the pos bat cable. Put multi on it and no voltage. Maybe why I didn't get power to bike

If you mean the starter relay, that's where the main fuse is.

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Re: RR gets hot

Yep, fried
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