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Hi Ive got a Jiajue 150cc outlaw scooter and it has blown both front headlights & the parker light bulbs have gone black. Ive put in 2 new light bulbs for headlights & they still wont work, is there a trick to this?

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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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sounds like you have too much voltage coming out from your battery, mabey a faulty regulator. The easiest way to test this, is to get a multi - meter, and check the volage output at the battery, with the engine running, at idle should read about 12.5 - 13 volts. Then rev the bike up, and seeif the reading changes, it should not go more than 13.8 or 14 volts max. If it does, then i say you have a faulty regulator/ rectifier.

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SOURCE: my headlight keeps burning out on my znen tommy

hi,sounds like your voltage regulater has failed,it is supplying to much voltage to the bulb and causing it to burn out,if you dont have a voltmeter take the bike to a garage and check the voltage ,with the bike running at about 2500rpm,the meter shouldnt read more than about14.2-15.0v,if it does,that means it is faulty,hope this helps...cheers

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