Hello, I am nearing the end of my rope here. I started my 2007 VFR Non-ABS after sitting overnight in a parking lot, and the headlight/cluster/taillight fuse was blown. I replaced it and it occurred again after a few weeks, this time just sitting in the parking lot at work for 8 hours. Now when I turn the ignition key to "ON" the fuse immediately pops. Working: Fuel pump will run, all turn signals/hazards/horn work fine. I can start the bike and ride it normally using the starter switch. Not working: Brake lights, highbeam/lowbeam headlights, speedo/lcd on cluster do not turn on. Clock still works though. What I've done: Connected two wires to the fuse slot with a 12v bulb wired between them. When the ignition is turned to ON the bulb is lit, letting me know there is continuous curent coming from somewhere. Unplugging almost every wire on the bike does nothing except for the harness going to the ignition cylinder. Unplugging that harness causes the light to turn off but I think it's because no power is going anywhere at that point. Fairings, front cowl and seat are removed currently. What I've unplugged to test for short circuit: FRONT - cluster, headlights, turn signals, temp sensor, 'blue harness connector', turn signal relay, headlight relays. MIDDLE - side stand switch, every harness I can see (fan motor, many shrouded multi pin connectors on LH/RH side) REAR - turn signals, brake light, license plate light Still to diagnose: Regulator rectifier, key cylinder, handlebar switches (not sure how to disconnect) Am I on the right track with my test method, has anyone had the same problem, what should I try next? Almost ready to roll it outside and leave it on the curb :crushed: I'm including a picture of the wiring diagram here to show which circuit I think I am trying to diagnose. The green circle means "currently functions normally", red means "suspected faulty part". A line through the part means I tried disconnecting it to see if the lightbulb would stop receiving power.