1986 yamaha fazer 750
Ok so she's pretty old...1986 and i haven't driven for 2 years so i gave it a good wash. I had it out for a good run before i washed it, and it ran fine.
After washing it, turning the key on did nothing. No lights, no clicks, nothing. I let it dry out over night and tried to start it the next day after inspecting a few connectors to make sure they weren't holding any water and the bike kept blowing the main fuse as soon as i'd turn the key on. Went over the bike checking more connectors with no luck. Popped 4 fuses looking for the culprit. Let it sit another day and tried again, this time the bike started, but the fuel pump kept running till it fouled a plug...I could confirm by touching the outside pipe...it was barely warm. I turned off the key, pulled the plug and sure enough...soaked. so i let the bike dry out for another day.
Now every time i turn on the key, they fuel pump comes on full tilt...my headlight won't work, high or low beam, and my horn only makes a slight chirp sound. Also, the first time i got the bike running after the wash, I went to drive it away and once i put the kickstand up, it stalled.
Im thinking it could be a ground somewhere, or maybe the relay controlling the fuel pump? I think based on the wiring diagram (which i barely understand...not electrically inclined) the horn is connected to the fuel pump, the headlight and also the kickstand switch. My concern is that I replace the relay, only to have the short somewhere else and blow another fuze and relay and start over again. Any help would be greatly appreciated...thanks in advance! I've included the wiring diagram in case it might help.