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HID help!!

Tonight I was adjusting the lights to make them even. Flipped the lights on and off a couple times to check. Now both of them do not work. Nothing was unplugged. I don't understand what happened. I was only adjusting one light to match the other. Neither one work now. Do you think it is possible to burn them out by just flipping them on 3 or 4 times?
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check the headlights fuse ,the fuse box is behind the left side
middle fairing and if the fuse is burnt , change it with the same
number of amps

When testing the hids make sure the bike is running otherwise
you will kill the battery in a heart beat

If u got any question please post them and will try to
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Alright thanks moeman, You were correct. Checked the fuses, it was blown. I replaced it, and it works fine now. Thanks big relief!!
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Alright thanks moeman, You were correct. Checked the fuses, it was blown. I replaced it, and it works fine now. Thanks big relief!!
My pleasure bro :01_thumbu



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