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Changing headlight bulb on 2009 jmstar

Bright light works,dim light blown

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SOURCE: headlight on my jmstar scooter will not come on

Operate the dimmer switch--does one beam come on? Check inside the headlight shell and examine the wiring from the lamp socket into the handlebar and main harness wiring. If individual connectors, check that the colors match at each connector. If you can't find any problem, then the wiring is mis-connected. Make sure the lamp socket is connected to ground.

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