I recently removed and replaced timing belts and adjusters on my 94, new to me Goldwing. While I was replacing the left side faring with the cornering lights in it. A 4 pin plug that was hanging down from frame, one of the black wires came out of the plug. I didn't know what it did, so I turned the key on and found out that the cornering lights stay on all the time, which is what I wanted but didn't know how to do. I tried to repair it back to factory and was unsuccessful so I cut the wire on the right side. I now have the cornering lights on all the time.
My question, Will this cause any problems with these on all the time? Tim
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Good afternoon tcryder, I am going to assume that with the ignition on your headlights and cornering lights are always on? my 99 cornering lights are always on with the ignition on, they came that way from the factory. only problem you will have is replacement every few years with the halogen bulbs, if you switch to LED you will not have to change the bulbs again.
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