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Old April 20th, 2014   #11
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Default Re: Headlight fuse blowing

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Originally Posted by Drammons View Post
I have an issue with my headlight switch. I doesn't always switch down to low when I toggle it . It will reset after a restart ( sounds like Microsoft ) Does anyone have a fix?
Have you checked what the lights are actually doing from the front of the bike, I had this with a corroded spade connector on one of the bulbs ground tags, It was more obvious looking from the front of the bike as the bulb wasn't so bright.
I think what happened was the connector hadn't been put on the bulb correctly and heated up the spade connector, It was pretty obvious when I found the problem as the plug had been overheated. If the front right bulb looses its earth connection this fault occurs.
LH fairing off gives you easy access to the plug from the handlebar switch, that's the easiest way to meter the switch to make sure its okay. This is probably the easiest access to the bulb connectors too.
Its a fairly complicated wiring arrangement to check with relays for hi and lo beam, if you get further in.
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