Question about Harley Davidson XL Sportster 883 Motorcycles
Changed my grips im pretty sure i broke the brake pressure switch then when i went to change it out i forgot to unplug my batt and one of the wires hit the bars not sure what bappend but now my horn turn signals and brake lights are no longer working
Check the fuses ...sounds like you may have fried one or two, Also that is a very tight fit where the brake light switch is....make sure you are not grounding out in the bars where the switch fits in the groove
Posted on Jan 27, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
There seems to be some short in the circuit of the high beam, you will have to follow the high beam wiring, best would be to get the color of the high beam wire frm the head light bulb socket and trace it along you will sure find somwhere the along it the short.
Check the light switch and the blinker switch too.
Hope this helps!
Posted on Jun 25, 2009
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Sounds like a detached connector or a blow fuse. First open your user manual, locate the fuse holder and dbl check the fuse... You have two circuits, the On circuits, and the accessoiry (wich are not essential) seems that you lose the accessory...
Posted on Aug 05, 2009
Look for a bad ground connection inside the headlight shell (or possibly elsewhere). The other thing that all of the items you mention that are working intermittently have in common is the ignition switch. With the switch 'on', check for battery voltage at the fuses for the headlight, turn signals, horn, etc. No voltage at the fuses likely means a bad ignition switch.
Posted on Nov 05, 2009
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All of these components run off of your accessory circuit. Check for power before and after the fuses. A lack of power before the fuses would mean an open short between the ignition switch and the fuse. If there's a lack of power after the fuse, check the fuse again or replace it.
Posted on Apr 14, 2010
Check the wiring within the headlight shell--look for connectors that may be corroded or pulled loose. A little WD-40 will favor connection integrity when sprayed into the connectors, then coupling and uncoupling them several times. Hope this helps!
Posted on May 24, 2010
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