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Discussion in 'Help Wanted' started by Gmutoagrsv, Nov 14, 2017.

  1. dentdude36

    dentdude36 Guru

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    *update*
    So assuming the EHC is bad I went ahead and put the bike back together and still have the flashing high beam indicator and unable to activate high beams on the switch started the bike up it ran for a few minutes and then died and will not start the EHC Has red lights flashing back and forth on the top two and on the bottom row the fourth light is red so I’m wondering if it was dying the whole time and started off with the high beams and then died the rest of the way. Any ideas or thoughts?
     
  3. dentdude36

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    I'm assuming you did not have the ehc tested? My guess is it's time to order axles ehc.
     
  4. Gmutoagrsv

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    No I did not have it tested I just thought that with the new light going red after having the headlight issues that it is most likely fried not to mention the epoxy or whatever they call It has that hole in it. Is there any way to repair it if it does test bad?
     
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    I know this was mentioned before and I didn’t read through all the post. I had the same problem on the pitbull awhile back. After about 6 months of trying everything I found one of the pins on the jst connector was loose. It was still seated in the connector so I wasn’t easily noticed. I found it by gently pulling on the wire and the pin wasn’t locked in and it pulled out. I replaced the male pin and sure enough problem fixed.


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  7. BWG56

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  8. Gmutoagrsv

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    ?
     
  9. Gmutoagrsv

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    Which part of the issue what are you having? Was it the headlight issue or the not starting?
     
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    It was a headlight issue. But it could also cause starting issues pending which wire and if it’s making contact.


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  11. Gmutoagrsv

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    When the issue started the bike ran fine. It was only the light.
     
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    Also have you checked the headlight connector? They are known to melt


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