Question about 2003 Honda XR 650 R
Pull the headlight and check for current at the connector to the light.
Use a low voltage test light - the kind with the lamp in the handle and a grounding wire with an aligator clip. Hook the grounding clip to a bare metal location on the frame or motor, then with the probe, check for current at the connector. IF there's current there, check the grounding wire from the light and make sure it's connected properly.
If there is no current, trace the power lead back and check for breakage, cuts, stretches etc.
If you've got good fuses, and power to other locations, it's a wire, the bulb is blown, or a faulty ground.
Posted on Jul 31, 2010
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