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Bike wont start unless the headlight fuse is removed

It has been at the Dealer for 2- weeks and they still have no clue....The bike runs like a champ with the headlight fuse removed.....

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  • 1400Slugg May 11, 2010

    change over the main wiring loom its a factory mishap , it does happen they should have swapped everthing out from another bike in 2 weeks.



  • Roberta Smith
    Roberta Smith May 11, 2010

    have to think there is a short in the wiring in the headlight circuit

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Check the ignition switch.  The headlight power runs through the ignition switch, and this turns off the headlight when the starter is engaged, which provides full battery power to the starter without the load from the headlight.  If there is damage to the starter button, it may be shorting out and causing the problem.

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