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High beam warning light

High,i have a tzr125 belgardo the high beam warning light is on even when on low beam all the wiring looks ok or could the fault be in the mag,i have spent a lot of time on it but not found the fault,any suggestions

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Hey dude,, just to try n help the easiest way,, on the hi beam lite u will only have two wires on some bikes ,but 3 wires mostly runnin into it,, so 4 an example lets say u got 2 wires,,this being yellow and green if i remeber,,yellow will be hi beam ,,green is low,, the earth would come from the bulb and earth in to the loom,, ,, easiest thing to try,, and by pass hassle,, is on the hi beam lite itl be the yellow wire ie the live on that bulb ,snip it off enuff to be able to join it to the hi beam on the bulb in the head lite, , ,, so u have in your hand say u have the hi beam lite which will have an earth wire black,, leave that connected,, and a yellow wire ,which will be the live in,,snip that wire and touch it on the yellow on the headlite bulb ,, dip the lite and hi beam will go out,,hope that helps

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