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No lights I have no lights on my bike just head and tail lights, no accessory lights or turn lights

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  • kcosta Apr 18, 2008

    I would like to say that the knucklehead jacka!@ who tried to answer my question you obviosly have no people skillz and are a complete loser!

    I just wanted to know why all my lights went out in the middle of my ride yesterday, and did not want a history of your sorry life in the trailer parks!

    This site is obviously for people who don't know as much as this pathetic excuse for a human who just wants to make others look and feel like ****!

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Here's one fer ya bro! I'm cruisin down the blvd. in my fair hamlet one night and as I coast to a stop at a red light I ease into the rear brake to shut the ol' low rider down. The brake light comes on and as I rode sans head gear in the last millenium (smarter now days) I was keenly aware of the bright red glow at my backside. Alas as I pulled away from the light the bright glow stayed, well, bright. Strange I thought to myself, but then everything was pretty strange back then. So on I rode into sweet oblivion and the soft embrace of whatever lass I was lying to at the time about my everlasting devotion. The next day I was pulling the put out of the living room to go to the local tavern and work off the previous nights libations when I noticed that when I hit the hand brake to scoot around the coffee table made of surplus ammo boxes the head light flashed. I could see it plain as day in the PBR bar mirror the old lady brought home from work and hung on the trailer wall in the dining room. The head lights weren't on of course because my pops was crashing our couch since he just got out of the joint and I didn't want to wake him up so early. It was only 1 in the afternoon after all. So why did my headlights come on when I hit the brakes? If you got some sand you can figger it out without responding about the headlights being on all the time and exposing yourself as a new jack rub who should let someone else fix the bike you shouldn't be riding in the first place. Hope that helps (hint:1157)

Posted on Apr 18, 2008

  • andrew kinslow Apr 20, 2008

    sorry bro just havin fun i didn't mean any offense at all it was truly in good sport. i thought you would appreciate my completely fabricated story in the biker style and stuff

    I am college educated my pops is a lawyer/judge and mom is a college professer. please accept my humble apologies just trying to make it fun

  • andrew kinslow Apr 21, 2008

    In all seriousness I did forget to address the issue of the lights in my gonzo tirade. read some hunter s thompson and check out his book hells angels and it will give you some back ground. the head and tail light share a circuit and the accessory and turn lights share a circuit so you have a poor connection or open connection or open fusible link or open ground pathway in the the circuit that is malfunctioning. really easy to troubleshoot I can totally help you find it and in the process a wiring diagram will quit looking like a recipe for greek spaghetti so hang in there bro and we can sort it out

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Need some more info HD has been putting lights on motorcycles for, well, over 75 years now. model and year help alot

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