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Indicators, horn and lights don't work yet I have high beam

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    Dick May 11, 2010

    Have you checked the fuses? Normally the headlight is not on the same fuse as the other lights.

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I am restoring a 1982 Yamaha Virago 750. The OEM horns were shot so I replaced them with standard 12 automotive horns. The problem is that when I push tht horn button with both horns connected, the system won't deliver enough power to run them. However if I disconnect either horn, the other one will work. It seems like the system can't deliver enough current for one. If I connect the two horns direct to the battery they work jsut fine. Is this an electrical system problem (diode, regulator, horn switch, bad ground?) or should I rewire with an aftermarket relay for the horns?

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SOURCE: where is fuse box for indicators, horn and ignition lights

They are in the right side cover by the batt.

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