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Noticed it flickering yesterday before I pulled away but it went out so thought nothing. This morning I start and ride down the road and put my headlights on and the bike stalls. FI is constant no flashing. Bike has power but it seems voltage drops and kills the engine. Using either brake the light comes on dim. Brake and headlight result in engine stall. Fi LIGHT turns off during pre-ignition and bike is fine without headlight. I installed a new RR after I heard a bee like buzz from the front. What should I start checking. I have a volt meter and grounds seemed fine a few months ago. Could it be a relay? How can I check those? Thanks for any help. This forum is invaluable for those of us with older bikes.
Hi all My 2005 ABS has got no headlights, no hi beam, buzzing hi beam relay, no front turn signals. Problem started with blown left headlight and then a day later relay buzzing and another day later no lights. All other electrics appear OK. I've done the usual visual checks and cleaned switches with contact cleaner and swapped Hi/low relays out but no change. Any ideas on where I go next? Thanks in advance
I’m contemplating using H4 headlight bulbs in my 1998 VFR800. I see from reading the forums that some have fitted H4 bulbs by trimming the tabs of the standard H4 bulb to fit Honda’s oddball headlight bulb socket. My concern is for the wires, connectors, and switches in the headlight circuit. A standard H4 is rated at 60W/55W, while Honda’s VFR bulb is rated at 45W/45W. A standard H4 will pull 33% or 22% more current, depending on whether it’s in high beam or low beam. For those that fitted standard H4 bulbs, especially in hot climates, have you had any issue with melting harnesses? Thanks. - Walt