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No full beam on my YBR

I have no full beam on my YBR (main bulb)i had some parts stolen of the bike eg. relays for the indicators and i am wondering if there is a relay for the headlight? or is it anything to do with the regulator/rectifier?

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I would say your have a problem with a headlight relay. It uses a switch to direct power to either filament of the headlight. This could have blown, leaving you with only the lower filament working.

The regulator and rectifier deal primarly with the charging system.

Posted on Nov 22, 2008

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