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Headlights arent getting power. they flickered a little bit and died out while riding. when main switch is on there is continuity between 3 wires

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I found if my starter switch was not fully back after starting that the lights would kick off. Try pushing the start button to the left and see if the lights come on. If so switch needs replaced.

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