Question about 2002 Harley Davidson FLHR - FLHRCI Road king
All front lights out, switch, bulbs and fuses seem to be ok
Are you getting 12v to the headlamp fuse? If so, are you getting 12v to the hi-low beam selector? If so, are you getting 12v to the headlamp socket? If yes to all of those questions you have a bad ground somewhere in the circuit. Turn on the key. Use your voltmeter to check continuity from the ground side of the circuit (the three points you just tested the voltage on) to the frame of the bike. If your headlight comes on, you have found the part of the circuit that does not have a good ground. Check that part of the circuit for a broken or loose connection.
Posted on Mar 01, 2009
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