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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 10-03-2010, 02:13 PM Thread Starter
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Headlights not working.. HELP!! **Loose connection in the kill switch **

So recently i rearranged the front sub harness to go infront of my lights so there was nothing hanging.. After i did it everything was fine until i went to ride at night. Under 5k rpms the lights are fine. once above 5k, they start to flicker.. i thought i might have not fully put the wires back in and didnt mess with it. then the next day i went to work and when i got out of work my lights would not turn on at all. i got home and checked the fuse and it looks fine... i had another front sub harness laying around so i tried switching it.. nothing.. My highs and lows are both completly off.. and when i hit the highs switch the hi beam indicator light wont turn on either.
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Check out the black round socket that houses the bulbs themselves these sockets are known to have electrical shorts at their 2 prongs



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If it helps it is an 03. and i tried different bulbs. i used my stock ones and plugged straight into the square power piece and it didnt work either. I read somewhere that a solder wire in the throttle case may have came loose? could that be my issue and cause the hi beam indicator to not work also?
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The problem ws that the solder in the throttle case broke.
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