|Topic Review (Newest First)|
|1st August 2019 03:26 AM|
|Missing Link||If the issue is still happening....maybe bypass the plug temporarily or temp replace the wire from begining to end ?|
|31st July 2019 06:37 PM|
|Speedjunkie444||I have no idea bout the bulbs, they seem to be the same as factory as they are the same color and brightness as stock. The white connectors are notorious for burning up under heavy amperage regardless of vehicle. They are the same as the RC Car battery connectors from back in the day and burn up in the same way.|
|1st July 2019 12:51 AM|
|Missing Link||I assume thats the light harness plug.... Never seen that burnt before... Are you running higher wattage bulbs than standard ?|
|30th June 2019 08:53 PM|
Originally Posted by Speedjunkie444 View Post
How does your green connector look? (edit: never mind, I see in the first pic in your first post it has been rectified)
|30th June 2019 08:47 PM|
|30th June 2019 08:13 PM|
So I have searched everywhere and haven't had much luck.
So the other day after riding about 30 miles, I parked the bike for about an hour. I went back out started it and all of my light indicator lights were on with the engine running. Both turn signal indicators, bright light. My headlights however were not on and the turn signals did nothing except the rear signal lights, both were steady on.
So with the searches I found some folks with headlight issues had to trace the yellow wire from the black connector I could not find a solid yellow wire until I stripped back more of the insulation and found that it seems like the entire section of wiring up to the connector has been replaced. None of the wires seem burnt.
I am at a bit of a loss. This did happen once a few months ago leaving work. I was kind of stuck so I had to ride home. The brake light still works. On the way home it all went back to normal.