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Vespa 300 GTS SS
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Fri Jul 31, 2020 5:54 pm quote
I managed to blow a fuse that is the one for the turn signals. I canít find that in the little fuse box inside the dash door. Does anybody know where that fuse might be?
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Vespa 300 GTS SS
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Location: Myrtle Point, OR
Fri Jul 31, 2020 7:22 pm quote
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I forgot to mention this is a 2014 300 super. I accidentally shorted a wire when I was replacing turn signal bulb so now I have dash lights but no headlight, no engine start and canít find the fuse that controls that any suggestions would be helpful
Molto Verboso
2006 LX150 (carbed) | 2007 GT200
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Sat Aug 01, 2020 2:12 am quote
There should be a wiring diagram in the wiki?

I don't have a GTS so I can't check directly. But I think normal other spot for fuses are near battery, behind horn cast, and under pet carrier towards front of bike.
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GTS 300ie Touring
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Sat Aug 01, 2020 6:08 am quote
As far as I am aware for your year of manufacture you only have the bank of 6 fuses in the glove compartment plus the main 30A fuse located in the battery compartment. The fuse for the turn indicators is normally rated at 7.5 amp.
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Vespa 300 GTS SS
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Sat Aug 01, 2020 7:31 am quote
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Those are the ones I have found and all are ok. Still puzzled.
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BV350, Primavera 150, Yamaha Zuma 125
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Sat Aug 01, 2020 7:35 am quote
manoscoot wrote:
Those are the ones I have found and all are ok. Still puzzled.
Sometimes blown fuses aren't easily visible. Did you test them electrically or substitute known good fuses?
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GTS 300ie Touring
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Sat Aug 01, 2020 7:49 am quote
If all the fuses are good, try testing the flasher relay located behind the left knee pad.
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The Hornet (GT200, aka Love Bug) and 'Dimples' - a GTS 300
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Sat Aug 01, 2020 5:00 pm quote
Touring300 wrote:
As far as I am aware for your year of manufacture you only have the bank of 6 fuses in the glove compartment plus the main 30A fuse located in the battery compartment. The fuse for the turn indicators is normally rated at 7.5 amp.
Wrong. There are two more, under the pet carrier. The main 30A fuse *under the pet carrier* (nowhere near the battery compartment) is the one that may have blown here.
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The Hornet (GT200, aka Love Bug) and 'Dimples' - a GTS 300
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Sat Aug 01, 2020 5:03 pm quote
Touring300 wrote:
As far as I am aware for your year of manufacture you only have the bank of 6 fuses in the glove compartment plus the main 30A fuse located in the battery compartment. The fuse for the turn indicators is normally rated at 7.5 amp.
Wrong. There are two more, under the pet carrier. The main 30A fuse is also under the pet carrier near the seat hinge (nowhere near the battery compartment) and is the one that may have blown here.
I was mistaken, apologies.

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Sat Aug 01, 2020 10:34 pm quote
jimc wrote:
Touring300 wrote:
As far as I am aware for your year of manufacture you only have the bank of 6 fuses in the glove compartment plus the main 30A fuse located in the battery compartment. The fuse for the turn indicators is normally rated at 7.5 amp.
Wrong. There are two more, under the pet carrier. The main 30A fuse is also under the pet carrier near the seat hinge (nowhere near the battery compartment) and is the one that may have blown here.
No Jim, YOU are wrong despite being told otherwise.....

fuse locations for GTV 300ie

In late 2013 Piaggio changed the wiring circuitry on the GTS & GTV models. The main 30 Amp fuse was relocated into the battery compartment and the 2 fuses under the pet carrier/seat hinge were eliminated.

Perhaps the OP should start by re-checking the 7.5 Amp fuses and indicator bulbs.
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The Hornet (GT200, aka Love Bug) and 'Dimples' - a GTS 300
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Sun Aug 02, 2020 7:36 am quote
Touring300 wrote:
jimc wrote:
Touring300 wrote:
As far as I am aware for your year of manufacture you only have the bank of 6 fuses in the glove compartment plus the main 30A fuse located in the battery compartment. The fuse for the turn indicators is normally rated at 7.5 amp.
Wrong. There are two more, under the pet carrier. The main 30A fuse is also under the pet carrier near the seat hinge (nowhere near the battery compartment) and is the one that may have blown here.
No Jim, YOU are wrong despite being told otherwise.....

fuse locations for GTV 300ie

In late 2013 Piaggio changed the wiring circuitry on the GTS & GTV models. The main 30 Amp fuse was relocated into the battery compartment and the 2 fuses under the pet carrier/seat hinge were eliminated.

Perhaps the OP should start by re-checking the 7.5 Amp fuses and indicator bulbs.
My apologies.
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