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1998 honda cbr 600 headlight not working? put in a new bulb and a good fuse.

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You will have to check your starter button. It is a two position switch. When you push it in half way the light turns off to commit more battery power to the starter. When it is all the way in it engages the solenoid. It may be dirty or broken and is keeping the head light from working.

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