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Headlight not working

I have a 2000 gsxr 750, i downed my bike on sat. and my headlight was working after that and on sun. come monday morning it wasn;t working. i check the bulb and the fuses they are all good. im stumped. help

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  • regamortes Mar 12, 2009

    thanks, ithink its wires. i was out riding today and all of a suddn it started working then went out. i smacked the side and they came back on. probably loose wires. thanks again

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Check the handlebar mounted switch to be sure it wasnt damaged or any wires broken from the accident.

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