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My headlights and taillights aren't working on my 2005 Hayabusa, I have signal and brake lights only.

I changed out my switch housings but all else is operable!

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    MakisRC51 Feb 17, 2012

    Did you check your fuse box for a blown fuse?

  • Cedric Carter Feb 17, 2012

    checked fuses, no problem there. it seems as though i'm not getting power to the fuse box fir the headlight and taillights to work.

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The wires that powers your head and tail lights are 2 yellows (one going in the fuse box and the other going out towards the high beam headlight), a White and a Yellow/White wires. Need to check them if the are "live". Also check the Orange wire that goes from your key switch to the fuse box. Also there is a Brown wire that goes from your key switch to your tail light. That should be "live" too when you turn your key ON. The wires I mentioned to your key switch, all are powered from the Red one on your key switch that comes from the starter relay. If the Red is dead then you start from your starter relay.

Posted on Feb 17, 2012

  • Full throttle Oct 02, 2013

    Where is the starter relay located

  • Full throttle Oct 02, 2013

    I'm having the same problem, I change out my switch housing and now I have no headlights, what could be the problem

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