Question about Suzuki Motorcycles
Did you check if one of the bulb elements are burned out?
The single head light has two elements (high beam and low beam).
Usually, you ride with the low beam on all the time, so it's the first to burn out, leaving the high beam still working.
If the tail light/brake light is a single bulb, same thing.
Posted on Nov 24, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
i too had this problem .....dnt worry just remove the brake cable and lubricate it with some spray like ABRO or WD40 lubricating spray then you sprayed some in the cable.play with it pull it forward and push it backward.,lubricate and repeat the steps till you find the cable goes smoother...you know it usually happens due to dust and dirt which enters the cable n get it stuck,try this n tell me..
Posted on Mar 27, 2009
SOURCE: cbr 125 rw 7 instrument panel
Sounds like you have a ground fault. I once had a car with a faulty ground wire on the headlight, when I put high beam on the speedo would jump to 170km/h and the indicators would glow dimly. Sure sounds like a similar ground fault to me, check all the ground straps, from the headlight or anywhere else you can think of.
Posted on May 25, 2009
i have well, had a very similar problem, my headlight kept going on my 1990 dt125r from 1990 to 2003 the engine is the same so i feel it may be the same fix, the regulator/rectifier stopped working properly and was alowying to much power to get to the headlight and blew it, i got a new regulator/rectifier for around £30 ish, you could tell when it went caus the higher you reved it the brighter the light got until it blew not like when it gets brighter from tickover, it was just proggesive and just kept getting brighter the more you revved it, hope this helps
Posted on Aug 06, 2009
Make sure that the rear light fuse is not blown
If not trace the brown wire from the rear lights & check for continuity between lamp holder & fuse
As its both rear lights & front sidelights it will not be an earth fault
Hope this helps (if so please mark as very helpful)
Posted on Apr 15, 2010
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