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Front low head lamp

My front low headlight doesn't work. I've changed over globes and placed it back together. (took me a while to figure it all out). but nothing. my pass light works fine and all electrics and other lights are good. only had bike for three months 08 650r. any ideas?

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  • maja8 Feb 17, 2009

    Thanks for the reply. got my first service and had it checked for warranty. turns out i shorted out the circut and bulbs whilst replacing them. easy fixed though.

  • Anonymous Mar 17, 2014

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