Question about Yamaha XJ 600 Diversion S-N Motorcycles
Front and rear lights dim when using indicators, have used thermal imaging to source any hot spots but there weren't any?
How is your battery? You may be making electricity but you may not be storing it. Dimming lights when a load is added is classic battery trouble. If your battery is good, there is a possibility your bridge rectifier (turns AC into DC for our purposes here) might have a bad diode. Diodes pass electricity one way but not the other (making rectrified DC). Diodes can be tested easily. If the diode passes both ways or neither way, your battery is not getting all the power your alternator is making. I'd check the battery first on a 1992 year model.
Posted on Sep 07, 2009
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