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Headlight issues I have recently developed another problem on my bike. My headlights stopped working. I have replaced both bulbs with a 90w and still nothing. So I began with a light tester and traced all wires. tore the bike apart and found no power anywhere. checked the fuses all good there. completely puzzled. switch maybe? hopefully with some help here I can get back on the road. Thanks!

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    My headlight is not working I have changed switch and checked headlight bulb also checked fuse please help

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Check all connectors that are hidden in the fairing... Most of these bikes are old enough, that corosion starts at the weakest points, ie : connectors... Don't ask me how come I know this

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