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03' Honda 954 headlight problem

Update, replaced headlight relay stil do not have any low nor high beams. Also for check voltage and I see I'm not getting any voltage to the plugs. If anyone has this same problem and has a solution, drop me an E-mail.
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  • LUIS SEGARRA Apr 24, 2009

    After doing some surfing on the net I've seen that this is a common problem on the 954 & also for the 929. Yes it's true there is a wire on your start switch that gives voltage to the lights. On my 954 the wire did come off. Go ahead and check out the .



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Check the fuse?

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