Question about 1983 Honda XL 125 R
My signals and horn are very weak, how does the electrical system work? I am proficient in household wiring and wonder if i can re run these circuits
I ould start by checking the main engine ground, its a real possibility for your problem and always a good idea, if that does not solve it then i would clean the contacts in the horn button and turn signal control. be careful when opening this as the parts are small and can easily fall out of place
Posted on Jan 04, 2009
SOURCE: honda xl 100 1982 wiring problem
As long as your battery has tested good, and it is fully charged, the next thing to look at is your electrical ground. Clean the battery terminals with some emory cloth and also shine up the ends of the battery wires that attach to the battery. Then trace the black and the red wiress to the other end and clean them with emory cloth. chances are that corrosion has made a connection poor resulting in subpar flow of electricity to your signals and horn. Once you have checked and cleaned the battery wires test and see how your signals and horn are working. If they are still weak then you need to open up the signals and the horn and clean up the connections there. get back and let me know how you make out. I know we can solve your problem.
Posted on May 27, 2009
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