Ok, I'm going to give this a shot and do the same as you. I'm replacing the fuses that the dealer installed during the recall. It couldn't hurt.I don't know what the numbers were before I took it in for recall- but this what the dealer installed
Buss 21110-00- 14V- 10A- 9305- L12 (2 each) .4 Ohms and .9 Ohms
Buss 21110-00- 14V - 10A - 9327 - L!2 (1 each) 1.4 Ohms
Fluke Meter used - bike was cold (resistances should be pretty uniformed)
and it's still doing the same thing, except more often, with no fault codes ( honestly I can't say I trust that dealer worth a ****)
I don't want to get stranded so I ordered 3 of these - BUSS CB211-10 // 14VDC 10A 3303 // "G11" ( cost a little more, higher precision and quality than the cheapies they used) Love the bike but the dealership really sucks
Ok, I’ve got a question...so a fuse or circuit breaker in this case is put in line to be the week point if you like and take the surge or direct short or whatever the problem is on that circuit rite? So when a fuse blows or a circuit breaker trips there is a problem somewhere. So you go searching for the source of the problem, rectify it and then replace the fuse or reset the circuit breaker rite?? ....so how come they have installed a unit that trips then resets if there is a problem on that circuit? I don’t get it guys 🤔🥴And no, the circuit breakers have no effect on idling...
It’s an automatic fuse, nothing more, nothing less.