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Hi ! I bought an XR125 last year. My problem is that my headlight is dead. I have check all fuses. Everything ok. I check the wire (blue/white) but not current. I try to find the relay where this blue/white wire end up but can't find it. What I actually did is to link up a cable between the blue/white wire directly to the battery. Can anyone tell me where are the relay found for the headlight. Thanks

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Remove trim ring around headlamp. Remove light assy,unplug wire connector then remove the bulb from the lamp.

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Had a similar problem on mine when I installed the cobra light bar. If you remove the headlight from the housing there is a connector (think it was orange) with a single wire. It is the starter-light cutout. my connector shorted out so I had to cut it and replace it. No headlight problems since. It is worth checking, I had to pay $50 to have the Honda shop find it. Good luck & ride safe!

Posted on Jun 02, 2009

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SOURCE: headlight won't work; all others do

Hi and welcome to FixYa,

Initially, suggested checks using a testlight (preferably, rather than a voltmeter) with the ignition switch ON:

  • +12 on either the white or the blue wire from the headlight dimmer switch to the headlight bulb/socket while engaging LO/HI switch;
  • if no +12, check voltage on blue/white going to the dimmer coming from the start button switch;
  • if no +12, check black/red wire coming from the 10A fuse in the fusebox going to the start button switch.
  • if +12 on the black/red but no +12 on the blue/white, faulty starter switch.
Not to confuse you, the starter switch has an internal mechanism that switches off the headlight when starting. This is to ensure that the starter motor gets all the power from the battery.

Good luck and thank you for asking FixYa. Happy Holidays.

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First check battery connections...
then check Ignition fuse
then check your interlocks...in neutral, sidestand up....kill switch to RUN...also try using clutch in case the neutral switch is not grounding the starter circuit properly.

Posted on Apr 01, 2011

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