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Hi ive got a 2000 dtr 125 the brake lights and indicators work fine when the ignition is on but non of the other lights ie headlight or tail lights work niether does the horn ive checked the switch gear it all seems ok any ideas

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Sounds like a fuse to me!
Check the fuses by pulling them and using an ohm meter, they all should read dead short.

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