Question about 1998 BMW F 650 Strada
How long to find problem not too sure what I should be looking at
If you're sure it's not the bulb or connectors then most likely there is a break somewhere in the wires. You need a volt-ohm meter or circuit tester. First of all, see if there's voltage coming out of the positive lead to the tail light... ground one lead to the meter or tester on the frame, connect the other to the pos. lead (coloured wire, usually). If there is voltage, then the ground wire (usually black) to the tail light should be replaced. If no voltage, work your way back towards the battery, testing the same way at each connector. When you find voltage, replace the wire(s) between there and tail light, making good solid connections (soldered and shrink-wrapped, for example).
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