Fried emergency lighting module


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gfrench5@hotmail.com
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Motorcycle: 1976 Honda GL1000

Fried emergency lighting module

Post by gfrench5@hotmail.com » Sat Jan 06, 2018 10:27 pm



Happy New Year everyone, Going forward with 1976 back on the road after 5yrs idle. I'm doing my waterpump and look up to see a fried emergency lighting module all the light's have been working OK. What's up with this??? Thanks in advance, Glen French



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RBGERSON
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had every year from 75 to 83

Re: Fried emergency lighting module

Post by RBGERSON » Sun Jan 21, 2018 9:31 am

It is supposed to keep youir lights working if the main circuit dies..It can be removed if you jump some of the wires..like this.





HAD LOTS OF GOLDWING 75-83
NOW INTO 1500'S..RIDING A 1998 SE

FAIR WINDS,
RB

gfrench5@hotmail.com
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Re: Fried emergency lighting module

Post by gfrench5@hotmail.com » Sun Jan 21, 2018 3:00 pm

Thanks for the pics looks good. I have two parts bikes and haven't been in the barn to see if I have a spare. but if not I'll use your pictures. Thanks Again. Regards Glen

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Re: Fried emergency lighting module

Post by SnoBrdr » Sun Jan 21, 2018 8:44 pm

gfrench5@hotmail.com wrote:
Sat Jan 06, 2018 10:27 pm
Happy New Year everyone, Going forward with 1976 back on the road after 5yrs idle. I'm doing my waterpump and look up to see a fried emergency lighting module all the light's have been working OK. What's up with this??? Thanks in advance, Glen French
More trouble than they are worth,

Honda did away with them in 78.



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