Motorcycle Repair Questions? Ask a Mechanic ASAP
Would you give me a step by step way of doing it as still very confused, sorry to be a pain
I disagree with the master tech. The big problem you will run into trying to run those lights together is that the grounds to the bulbs will not be enough to run both at the same time. I have had to replace the headlamp bucket harness due to this very issue. If you try and splice the wires together they will burn up the plugs that attach to the lamp. To run the head lamps like you want you will have to dedicate a 16 gauge or larger ground wire to both lamps as well as run a switching relay to proven any back feeding or your high beam indicator bulb will be slightly illuminated when not in the high beam position. If you would care for more info in regards XXXXX XXXXX how to do this, let me know and I will walk you through it, with part descriptions and step by step what goes where.
I want to make sure you are serious before I type all that info out for you.
Hi Big Wanda, you sound just the guy for the job. I am serious about doing it but i am not to good with electrical things and thats why I need your help. Thanks alot , Steve .
Okay, first things first. Do you have a DVOM or Multimeter as some call them? If not, you may want to see if you can borrow one. Let me know and we'll get this started. I will get the electrical diagnostic book for your bike and start laying out how to do this so I have to type as little as possible. :) I am going to be online from about 5pm AZ time to about 11pm. incase you want to comm back and forth.