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[Help]: Short circuit in thunderbird

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  • [Help]: Short circuit in thunderbird

    Guys, there was a short circuit in my thunderbird while running. It was my fault, there were some loose wire hanging down from the horn, that got burned toughing the exhaust and eventually causing a short.

    I checked the battery. Looks fine. But putting the key and turning to on do not show any life.

    Does someone know if there is any fuse somewhere? Or can someone help me getting the electrical diagram?

    Royal Enfield Bullet Workshop Manual does not work.

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    Query Moved and Approved.
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