Question about 1993 Honda CB 750 Nighthawk
The headlight on my 82 750 Nighthawk wont turn on same high beam light but the rest work great
Bad for the starter switches for sure......
Posted on Mar 16, 2015
First, test for voltage at the plug that attaches to the headlight, if you have voltage at each terminal when set to it's respective hi or low position it could only be your headlight. If you don't have voltage then you need to work back from the wire to the switch and etc etc
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
The two most likely culprits are the ignition switch and the starter button. The starter button, in the right handlebar switch assembly, performs two functions: cranks the electric starter - and, at the same time, turns off the headlight. Sometimes the electrical contacts inside the starter button burn out and fail to reconnect the headlight circuit when the button is released.
You can easily determine which one is the problem by simply checking for battery voltage at the headlight fuse. No voltage means the likely cause is the ignition switch. Also inspect the large plug on the bottom of the ignition switch. Sometimes the individual connectors will corrode, melt, or push themselves out of the plastic housing.
If there's voltage at the headlight fuse, then plan on replacing the right handlebar switch assembly.
Posted on Nov 03, 2009
Yes - and there is a fuse for just those items. The other possible cause is a bad starter button. When you push the start button, it does two things: activates the electric starter - and cuts power to the headlight until the button is released. So, if it isn't the fuse, it's probably the start button.
Posted on Jan 05, 2010
SOURCE: Have 2007 honda sabre 1100
I have a 2007 Honda Sabre. I rode it 3 weeks ago with apparently no problems. I went it start it last night. The only time I could and still can only get it to run is with the choke fully open. Whenever I back it off, it stalls. It seems to not get anything for the throttle as either. I tried Seafoam and did not get immediate results. Waiting to see if this works. I read on another post that it could be clogged jet. That is why I used Seafoam.
Posted on Aug 16, 2011
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