Question about Harley Davidson FXD Dyna Super Glide Motorcycles
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Become a member (if you aren't already) at tigertriple.com and post a want in the Steamers section. When I see it, I'll PM you with a copy of the schematic.--Sinn'
Posted on May 03, 2009
You could tie into the high beam or the low beam wire to power the lights. But, they will turn on only when that circuit is used. If it is tied into the low beam they will turn off when you switch to high beam. To tie in you should be able to splice into the harness right at the standard headlight plug in the headlight bucket.
Posted on Aug 23, 2010
SOURCE: I am replacing stock headlight
Use an ohm meter to verify that the black wire is indeed a ground (earth). Put the meter in R X 1 and touch either meter lead to the black wire and the other meter lead to ground. The meter should read less than one ohm.
Now, turn the ignition switch on and the headlight on low beam. Put your meter's function switch in DC VOLTS, 20 VOLT or greater scale. Connect the meter's black lead to ground. Touch either the red or the white wire with the red lead and see if you have voltage. Which ever wire has voltage is the low beam power wire. Then switch the light switch to HIGH beam and again check the wires, the "hot" wire is the HIGH beam power wire.
On your new light, you should have a wiring diagram telling you which filament is the low beam and which is the high beam. If you don't, just wire it up and flip the "high/low" beam switch and see if it looks right. If it doesn't, switch the wiring. The new light should have a ground somewhere as well. Since I'm not familiar with this particular light, the ground may be a body ground that relies on physical contact when bolted on the bike.
Posted on Mar 29, 2011
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