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Hi Michael, check for continuity at your hi/lo beam switch and your headlight bulb for faulty filaments and continuity in the bulb socket and I am sorry you can't find the first and best tool you ever bought for your Harley but despair not for a mere $15.00 you can download another one. For more information about your issue, please visit the websites below. Good luck and have a nice day. 2004 Yamaha Motorcycle Service Repair Manuals
with the handelbars turning on your rear brake light it could be you have some wires jammed and starting to cut through your other wires .take the headlight out of its bucket and check all the wiring around were it enters the bucket as for the low beam it could just could be the blown globe. cheers
Every single time I have had a failure of low beam in a headlight without failure of high beam, it has been because the lamp bulb or halogen lamp module has reached the end of its serviceable life, not because of any wiring problems. Low beam burns out first because it is on the most. If low beam is lost simultaneously in both headlights, I would check fuse first, then the headlight switch. If low beam is lost on one side only, it is almost always going to be due to the bulb or lamp module needing to be replaced. In that case, replace them in both headlights because the other one will be going kaput in short order, as well.
sounds to me like the low beam filament in the headlight bulb is blown test for voltage on the yellow wire at the headlight with it set to low beam if you have voltage here you more then likely have a blown low beam filament
Sounds like you have a ground fault. I once had a car with a faulty ground wire on the headlight, when I put high beam on the speedo would jump to 170km/h and the indicators would glow dimly. Sure sounds like a similar ground fault to me, check all the ground straps, from the headlight or anywhere else you can think of.