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NO LOW BEAM HEADLIGHTS

LOW HEADLIGHTS WHEN THE BIKE CRANKUP...I ONLY HAVE HI-BEAM AND MARKER LIGHTS. WHERE ARE THE RELAYS FOR THE LIGHTS

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I've never heard of a headlight relay but most bikes do have turn signal relays...but when my low beam went out it was because the filament burnt out and from your description you said that the high beam works. so you know that its not the starter push button contacts, which usually causes both headlights to not come on, so the only other possibilities is, #1 you have a broken wire going from the starter pb switch to dimmer switch or from dimmer to bulb socket, or the dimmer switch itself is bad. #2 a bad bulb. just check it right now with the key on for voltage in the dim position for 12volts, if you got the voltage then the bulb is bad. can you rate my answer. thanks.

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