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Means there is a short in the wire some where. You need to find the bare spot in the wire and fix it.
 

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looked cant seem to find any thing wrong. un pluged front and rear break switches lasted longer than before but still blew that fuse
 

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What year and model of your Wing?
 

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For starters, replace the light bulbs. The two halves of a broken bulb filament can sometimes be close enough to arc, which sends the draw way up to fuse killing level. Next, check the brake light switch; clean overall and then with contact cleaner. Be confident that it's closing and opening the circuit properly. Let us know what happens next. Do not employ a hammer for any of these procedures, no matter what a Hoon hanging around here says!:eek::D
 
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