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Model 750 fazer 1986

Can't get headlights to work lo and high beam bulb is good fuse is good wires looks ok please help

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Broken switch ? bad earth connection ?

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check the handlebar mounted switch to be sure it wasnt damaged or any wires broken from the accident.

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If I recall, they have a problem with wires chaffing under the fairing. Good luck the fairing has to come off.

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i had the same same problem with my 1992 vulcan 750. more than likely it is your reserve lighting devive located on the right side battery box. have you had a problem with your regulator/rectifier lately or a power surge of some type?

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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.

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