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Headlight out, driving lights out, fog lights out... but directional front and rear lights work fine as does the brake light work fine. there just does'nt seem to be any electric going to those lights up front. are they controlled by a voltage regulator? it seems like that might be the problem...i'm not so sure. i checked ALL the fuses on the fuse board and all are fine. bike starts and runs , horn has juice...its just those darn lights. signed- "stumped"

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Ok could be a couple things here. Im having a memory issue at the moment so first Im gonna tell ya to check the light on your front fender if it has one?
If so and that light is out as well then run your fingers up the inside of the front fender on the right side of the tire. Have the wires from the fender tip light been rubbing on the tire and now are bare and shorted out?
Second at least if the fender tip light wires are ok or you dont have a fender tip light would be to simply click your hi/low beam light switch. Do you have a high beam and just not a low beam? If so its the bulb in the headlight because its blown out on the low beam side. Replace the headlight and then youll have your passing lamps and your fog lamps back as well since those circuits all get there power from the low beam circuit of the headlight. Good luck and let me know what you find.

Posted on May 30, 2010

  • Herbert alley Aug 01, 2012

    Already replaced bulb and same issue

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