Question about Honda Motorcycles
Hi Bryant, Get out a test lite and start checking for power to speedo by connecting test lite to ground then ckeck for proper ground from speedo by connecting test lite to a power source. also check all wire connectors where the pins attach to the wire and where the pins connect in the plastic socket housings Good luck
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Posted on Apr 03, 2015
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
There seems to be some short in the circuit of the high beam, you will have to follow the high beam wiring, best would be to get the color of the high beam wire frm the head light bulb socket and trace it along you will sure find somwhere the along it the short.
Check the light switch and the blinker switch too.
Hope this helps!
Posted on Jun 25, 2009
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I assume the headlight works for this answer. Let's separate the 2 issues to see where the the problem could be. First check the fuse box( under the seat or a side cover). Did you check the bulbs on the rear lights? If they are bad, replace them & recheck those. Being that the other gauge lights work, there are a few bulbs in the gauge assembly. You need to take apart the assembly part way to replace those. Those bulbs get used alot so them burning out is a possibility. If all that is ok, Check the wiring coming from the battery area for corossion & breakage,common on bikes.
Posted on Apr 30, 2011
It could be the headlight bulb, the headlight switch or a worn/broken wire to the headlight. I would take out the headlight bulb and see if you can see a break in the filament. You could also use a jumper wire and test it with a 12 volt battery. If the headlight checks out ok, I would take a 12 volt tester and see if you have voltage at the headlight plug.
Posted on Sep 19, 2014
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