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1998 honda shadow aero.Head light not working.bulb ok fuse ok where is the problem?

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Sounds like a bad ground,check for voltage at the plug in usually 3 -4 wires 1 ground,1 low beam,1 high beam,and possible 1 with power soon as the key is on for running light.

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