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Can Anyone Help,small Electrics Problem.


Nickthegreek

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Hi,

I know its almost impossible to diagnose everything but hoping this may sound familiar.

I have a Yamaha Virago 750 and when I turn on the main the lights the right indicator also comes on.

Plus if I plug in the rear light thats stays on all the time and break light not working,the bike has been modified Thai style in past years.

I am thinking its either a short or the coil.

Any advice welcomed.

Thanks

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Hi,

I know its almost impossible to diagnose everything but hoping this may sound familiar.

I have a Yamaha Virago 750 and when I turn on the main the lights the right indicator also comes on.

hi there.

u have to unplug

the indicator's wires off,

and check where the

wires come from relay.

not difficult.

usually there are some

connectors that can connect

totally wrong, so i think

your problem is only about that.

Plus if I plug in the rear light thats stays on all the time and break light not working,the bike has been modified Thai style in past years.

I am thinking its either a short or the coil.

//// have u checked does the brakepedal;s

switch really works, usually it get rusty very easily.

some sandpaper and it will be better than new one.almost :o:D :D

10 mins with correct meter and u are wiser, and maybe dont

have to waste money for repairmen.

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Most likely an earthing problem, check all the black wires {black i think Yam } are grounded corectly, and are clean on contact.

Lickey..

I agree with Licky, most problems of that kind are caused by bad grounds. Extra ground wires are safe and easy to run. Working with the wire harness is not a safe thing to do for an amateur.

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