headlight and fusebox problem

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Old 09-26-2013, 08:37 PM   #1
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headlight and fusebox problem

I am brand new to this forum and really can use some help...My 2012 commander just had the lights quit...I changed the 30a mini fuse and still nothing..I tried volt test in fuse socket and no current ...there is no current in many fuse sockets...the bike runs but no lights...I checked the 3 larger fuses in the upper box all are good...seems like one of the relays gets hot....when the key is on calling for lights I get a check engine light if I turn to run light goes out...can you give me any advice please?
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stand by and keep the faith....one of these gurus is gonna have a possible solution for you.
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Sounds like a grounding problem. My be a small short. I would replace the relay and make sure that the fuse is the recommended size for the lights. Is it blowing fuses or just getting hot. Unless its getting hot enough to burn your fingers. It may just be the nature of the beast. Shorts can be extremely hard to find if its just causing a heating problem and not blowing fuses.





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Headlight relay bad mine just did the same thing.
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Hey coon dude is there anything that hasn't happened to your machine. Lol it should be brand new by now. Lol





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I am going to try a new relay and hope it does the trick...the fact more than one fuse has no power concerns me unless the relay sends power to the fuses...not one single fuse is blown or ever blown....
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