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2005 yamaha raptor 350 blowing fuses!

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for some reason it is blowing fuses? but if i let it warm up for about 5 mins then ride there is no problems? anyone know why?

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Yes, we need to know what fuse is blowing and for what circuit. Take a look at a wiring diagram:

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