Question about 2003 Yamaha V Star Classic
Posted by Anonymous on
Have had the same problem, same bike. Dealer installed the additional running lights so they come on with the low beam headlight. Go off when the high beam is turned on. Mandatory for my state inspection procedure.
Possible solution to problem: open the headlight housing, should be a solid green wire going to the headlight bulb. Dealer spliced wire for running lights into this green wire.
Splice was just a crimp on splice. Vibration on a bike wipes out this type of splice quickly.
Got rid of the crimp on connector and did things the old fashioned way, used solder for the connection. Vibration does not bother the soldered connection.
Took care of the problem
Posted on Apr 19, 2011
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