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I have 2015 can am maverick 1000r xds turbo. It sat for a month and everything was fine when I parked it. I went to start it last weekend and the check engine light popped up and the check DPS code scrolls across the dashboard.

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Well I found out the 40 amp fuse is blown. I have put a total of three 40 amp fuses in and as soon as it touches it blows. What do you guys think I should try next.

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i would  check for continuity  on the wire it protects, from the wire to ground just in case any insulation has been wore off.

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