Need some input from you electrical experts out there. I did the desmog and PAIR valve mods recently and took off for the Blue Ridge Parkway with a couple of buds of mine. We got rained on this past Monday afternoon on the way down and then I noticed my turn signals quit working, along with the brake light and horn. I checked the fuse box and a 10 amp fuse controls all three of these and it was blown. By the way, the bike has been in much heavier rain than we had on this trip and I've never had a problem. Really didn't get the bike very wet but water could easily have gotten in somewhere it shouldn't, but am not sure this would make a fuse blow in low voltage circuits unless there is some other problem. I replaced the fuse and didn't use the turn signals and the fuse blew again. I replaced it and unhooked the spring from the foot brake switch and the fuse blew again. I wasn't using the horn anyway so I didn't bother to disconnect it. When I did the PAIR/desmog and took out the couple of electrical connectors, I did as Tapper said and put pookie in the connectors and taped them. Don't think that would have anything to do with this, unless they derive their power from the horn, turn signal, and brake light circuit, which I doubt. Anyway, I'm at a loss as to how to proceed. The bike is under warranty but it's such a hassle taking it in and being down for several days while they fix it, I thought if it was maybe something simple, I'd just do it myself. Electrical problems can be such a PITA that I'd rather fix it myself it I can. All help wanted, with much appreciation.