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My spedometer lights,tack lights and tail lights dont work..the fuses are good though..what to check next?

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YES THESE ARE ALL ON THE SAME FUSE , YOU SAY YOU HAVE CHECKED THE FUSE, NEXT STEP TURN HE IGNITION ON TO THE PARK POSITIION THIS PROVIDES A SEPARATE LIVE FROM THE IGNITION SWITCH TO THE REAR LIGHT, IF THE REAR LIGHT COMES ON YOU KNOW THE WIREING TO THE REAR LIGHT IS IN ORDER, POSS PROBLEM WITH IGNITION SWITCH, TRACE THE WIRE BACK FROM THE FUSE TO THE IGNITION SWITCH, ITMAY HAVE BROKEN OFF, THE CONTACTS INSIDE THE IGNITION MAY BE WORN OUT, WHEN YOU HAVE FOUND THE WIRE THAT GOES TO THE REAR LIGHT AT HE IGNITION,CHECK FOR A 12V LIVE WITH THE IGNITION ON, IF YOU HAVE NO LIVE FEED, PUT A 12V LIVE FROM THE BATTERY TAKNG CARE NOT TO EARTH IT OUT, THIS WILL ELIMENATE THE WIREING FROM THIS POINT, IF IT WORKS THE IGNITION SWITCH IS AT FAULT, OTHER THINGS TO CHECK, UNDER THE FUEL TANK YOU WILL FIND THE BLOCK CONNECYOR FROM THE LIGHT MAIN SWITCH, AND THE DIP SWITCH, WITH THE KEY REMOVED FOM THE BIKE SEPARATE THE BLOCK AND CHECK INSIDE AND OUTSIDE THE BLOCK FOR CORROSION HOPE THS HELPS YOU

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