Question about 1991 Honda CB 250 Nighthawk
My '08 NH 250 has a short or lack of connection on the left front turn signal. Bulb is OK, tested in right front turn signal. Have put the bulb in the turn signal several times, one time it worked until I put the lens back on, and then it stopped. Anyone have experience figuring out where the wiring from the turn signal goes to? Would like to check connections on the wiring before doing anything else.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Right turn signal blowing fuse
Fuses are a SAFETY device. Never replace fuses with larger amp ones. Take the bike to an authorized repair shop and get it done right. There could be a short or relay problem that can lead to more extensive problems down the road. Safety devices are put in place to protect you and the system. Like in a home: if you run 14-2w/grd to light fixture the max fuse to use is 15amp fuse. never put a 20 in because the wire can melt at higher amps. Same with your bike. the wire is not rated to handel more than is was designed and fused for.
Posted on Feb 24, 2009
sounds like a poor ground issue, pull out the headlight and check all connections in there, your turn signals are on seperate feeds than the lights but they will probably share the same ground/earth in the headlight
Posted on Apr 01, 2009
you may want to trace your wires to that light and check to make sure that your ground wire for that side is clean and tight that may take care of your problem all together
Posted on Jun 08, 2009
THERE ARE TWO EARS INSIDE THE WHEEL AND THE SPEEDO DRIVE UNIT HAS TO FIT IN THIS EXACTLY OR IT WILL NOT GO BACK TOGETHER.
Posted on Oct 22, 2009
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This motorcycle does not have any type of governor system.
Has the bike been sitting for a long time (ie; more than 6~12 months)? If so, then the carburetors are clogged with fuel varnish and need to be cleaned. A slow return to idle - as well as low power output - can also be caused by plugged carbs, low compression, and/or cracked and leaking intake manifolds.
If the compression is low (less than 140~160 PSI per cylinder), check and adjust the valve tappet clearance. If a valve adjustment fails to restore low compression, then you've got more serious engine troubles.
For your intermittant left front running light, try spraying some electrical contact cleaner into the turn signal switch. As for the rear units, they are turn signals only (no running/parking lights).
Posted on Oct 25, 2009
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