Make sure to read and understand about the wiring diagram first, before making any wiring connection on your Kawasaki motorcycle to avoid any wrong wiring. This would probably not work with the stock wiring, because it would back feed voltage to the low beams as well. Added to both sides in the hi beam circuit to add about 0. If you have a high beam light on during low beam operation it is illegal, period, plain and simple. A couple ways to fix: 1.
Relays include cleaning and headlight washers. If your high beams and your driving lights are on the same circuit you will have no option but to use both or neither. Test this by checking the high filament power wire by back probeing, with the voltmeter, the socket and turning on the light. Cooling fan, and fan switch. If the starter spins normally, the problem is likely to be in the electrical part of the ignition switch. Dave coasted to a stop at the curb in front of our house, and that was it. The passenger side high beam headlight is grounded directly to the body.
If you have a high beam light on during low beam operation it is illegal, period, plain and simple. So I can't imagine why the hi beam indicator stopped working? Dave wrote - It seems to me that running a jumper from Fuse 12 would be the more valid test. In my case fog lights are triggered by the low beam. I show absolutely no mercy to inconsiderate people who incorrectly use their lights. The parts we shall see inside the wiring diagram of the 1992 Plymouth Voyager will be like: headlamp dimmer switch, generator terminal, overload circuit breaker, terminal, junction terminal board, starter solenoid, stoplight switch, circuit breaker, oil signal light switch, horn, high beam indicator light, headlamp, right directional signal pilot lamp, direction signal switch, left front direction lamp, left rear direction lamp, horn switch, regulator terminal, tail lamp, starter motor, battery, ignition coil, ignition light switch, starter button, terminal plate, speedometer light, oil signal light, generator indicator light, left directional signal pilot lamp, tachometer light, direction signal flasher, right front direction lamp, and right rear direction lamp. I know there has to be a way to accomodate his request and was wondering if anyone here would know exactly where to attach the wiring to work properly ie still turns on the bright light indicator and all. Relay for battery charge fault warning light.
Isolate the indicator light circuit and re-wire it to run in parallel with the hi beam circuit - it sounds like this should work well for your setup. The truck has well over 250k on it and runs like a champ. I make a point to be home before it gets dark. Instead try powering the low beam side ground of the 9003 harness with your high beam relay. Maybe you could order an old style floor button switch from an online parts place that carries parts for restoring older cars. I also put the headlight wiring harnesses through those pesky long rubber tubes under the fenders rotten job - very difficult , and finally got the headlight looms wired to the fuse box.
To view links or images in signatures your post count must be 3 or greater. What do you mean by add a load to your high beam circuit? That will give you the option of the aux lights coming on with high beams, not coming on at all, or coming on independent of headlight switch. Wiring went like this: Red wire is the trigger wire. Can you think of any alternatives? ~~~ The Ignition Wire So having determined that both the starter motor and the ignition switch are good, Dave turned his attention to the wire between Fuse 12 and the + terminal on the coil. The relay trigger can be attached to the high beam quite simply. Add a load resistor in parallel with the hi beam circuit to allow more current to light the indicator - I might do this, because it's quick and easy.
Thanks for all of the advise everyone. I'll use my own judgement as needed when needed and i will accept the consequences for any action I take. By the way, I used the 1,2 etc to describe the posts on the relay. Fuel level guage and warning light. Be sure to have read this electrical wiring diagram shown here first before attempting any work on your Harley Davidson wiring system. Might have to go with some electrical tape and mastic. There's really not much to worry about, and both switches would function as high beam still, although one would keep the other from turning them off if set to on.
Did the highbeam indicator work? And there is still a little more hot current that's still driving the lo beam solenoid. Maybe that's too simplistic to work in a modern car, but just a thought. I have the adjusted to the same cut off as the low beam lights. It wouldn't be so bad if the looms had been left roughly in place in the body, as you'd then have a rough idea where they went fewer alternatives but starting from scratch is rather confusing. The sensor control lamp oil pressure. Wouldn't you just be interrupting the power going to the light, much like a wall switch works in a house. I did mine from what I read here.
There wouldn't be any thing else it could be. Any help would be greatly appreciated. You currently have 0 posts. At night, I cannot see well at all with just the low beam. I would imagine locating the relay used to switch high beams and go from there, all you need is a simple on off switch wired in with the stock.
~~~ The Ignition Switch Regarding ignition switch replacement, Dave wrote - I searched our Web site and found that we have nothing regarding replacement of the ignition switch. I kept them adjusted low so they wouldn't blind other motorists. Switch for differential lock warning light. So I got out the book and tested each fuse one at a time and found that it was wired correctly, the fuses were just wrong. If you get continuity there then place the tester prong on the other term. Im not very familiar with the 2015s but cars are cars. Did you test at the actual socket for the lamp on the driver side? Its a 3 wire , 1 ground, power to low, power to high filament.