Question about 2001 Suzuki AN 400 Burgman
Energy must pass through your switch (hi/low or momentary), then to your headlight, and finally to ground. An interruption anywhere will cause the light to go out. Since both your hi and low beams are not working, I suspect a bad ground connection somewhere. Probably in your switch, but if it is easier to check the headlight socket I would check that too. Use a multi-meter, see if you have power to the switch. If you do, ground the negative lead coming to the switch and see if your headlight comes on. If it does, you know you have a bad ground.
Posted on May 21, 2009
you reach under the front of the scooter between the headlight and the fender. find the wire that goes to the connector of the headlight. it is directly behind the headlight. unplug the connector, pull the plug off the headlight. remove the rubber cover/boot off the back of the headlight. this is now the tricky part. there is a clip that needs to be unhooked and moved out of the way. remember how you unhook it because you will have to rehook it when you install the new bulb. this hook is a stiff wire with a loop on one end. push on the loop and move it to one side and it will come off the back of the bulb. the clip is attached and will not come off. you should use gloves to remove the bulb. the oils on your hands are not good for the bulb. use glove on removing just in case the bulb is good and you need to use it again. use gloves to install the new bulb. there is only one way to install the new bulb. there are tabs the extend out from the base of the bulb. you can kneel in front and reach your hand under to install the new bulb while you watch the insertion through the glass. rotate the bulb until you feel the detent that allows the bulb to fit into position. both bulbs have the tabs in the same location, ie. the detent tab is about at the 8 oclock position. replace the clip (insure that it clips on to hold the base), the boot and the connector.
Posted on Jun 28, 2009
Place the butrest as much backwards as you can, i.e. as if for long legs riders.. if there is a bit of slack push it just a touch forwards until it clicks.. tiny bit. Now look for two tiny screws, philip ones, on each side of the little under seat light, its hard to see them you may have to disengage the damper.. which is probably on a springclip and tiny washer (dont drop it or loose it) the little screws are actually screwed into the metal of the extending poles so be carefull use the right size screwdriver..once you removed it the butrest should slide out.. they are tiny screws.. you can leave them out so you can clean your saddle all over.. its easier to remove it that way.
Posted on Jan 28, 2010
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For the K8
The fuse box is under the cover just below the instrument panel on the left hand side. So you need to yank that off first its retained by 4 clip n fit rubber buttons. do side by side.
Posted on Jan 28, 2010
patience is required. you do not need to take any tupperwear off unless you have particularly large hands.
anyway. turn the wheel the opposite direction of the side lamp you wish to replace.
reach carefully up into the lamp area and you will feel the wireing for the lamp,,,,pull it out . then there is a rubber booty around the light bulb connector...take it off.
now comes the tricky part....the bulb is held in with a small wire clamp. if you look inside the head light lense you will see the part that is holding the lamp. with your fingers , pull it down and it will swing out of the way..be carefull not to take it off as it is held in place. you will notice the bulb then will be free, so take it out carefully....
when replacing your bulb, do not touch the lense and slip it back into place. look at the other bulb to see it fits correctly.
the next tricky part is to get the clamp back on by pressing it down and around the lip of the light bulb into place.
replace the rubber booty...then connect the wires...
Posted on Jan 28, 2010
On the earlier models there are two self tapping screws with x heads on the underside lip of the rear section you undo these and the rear panel lifts up and out on 2 plastic hooks built into the panel. (it feels like its not going to come off at times) you can then get to the bulbs I would replace both at the same time as the other one will go in a short time as the odds are they were fitted at the same time in the first place.
Posted on Mar 03, 2010
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