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Offline soyguille

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Pass light stop working - which fuse should I replace ?
« on: June 23, 2019, 08:03:32 PM »
Hello

Maybe you think that I shroud replace light because is damage , but is working perfectly if I use normal swich.

I have opened and cleaned connection , but it doesn't work. So I think there must be a fuse to replace , but which one ??


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Re: Pass light stop working - which fuse should I replace ?
« Reply #1 on: June 23, 2019, 09:04:59 PM »
The Bypass switch (4) just manually connects the headlamps +supply feed with the high beam wire so there is no additional fuse involved  :028:
There is only one fuse for the headlamp relay that is for both headlamps so if you blow that you would not have any headlamps at all  :138:

bikes a built for symplicity not like cars that every Cct is fused  :157:

I suggest that it just dirty contacts stopping the bypass switch working   :notsure:

See this coloured wiring diagram HERE  :028:

« Last Edit: June 23, 2019, 09:18:15 PM by TowerMan »
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Re: Pass light stop working - which fuse should I replace ?
« Reply #2 on: June 25, 2019, 12:12:54 PM »
Thanks for sharing diagram, this is going to help to find the failure .

I have cleaned with spry and opened left " handgrip " looking for dust , but looks clean , even I have shorted back contacts to force , but it does not work.
I think a relay must be failing, but it is strange because everything is working fine except passlight.

I will go to a workshop , and will tell when repaired what was wrong - damaged.


*Originally Posted by TowerMan [+]
The Bypass switch (4) just manually connects the headlamps +supply feed with the high beam wire so there is no additional fuse involved  :028:
There is only one fuse for the headlamp relay that is for both headlamps so if you blow that you would not have any headlamps at all  :138:

bikes a built for symplicity not like cars that every Cct is fused  :157:

I suggest that it just dirty contacts stopping the bypass switch working   :notsure:

See this coloured wiring diagram HERE  :028:



 



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