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I have a 00 12. The other night I was leaving hooters and my headlights would not come on. All my fuses are good, I tried my friends junction box thinking it was it but it was'nt. Any ideas what it could be. I would appreciate any info.
 

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did you swap bulbs? sometimes its the simple stuff. I had super-white lights and they both shit the bed.
 

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Dead stator, or possibly the headlight relay, or the headlight fuse that is in the battery box. Start with those ideas. Work it 1 thing at a time though.
 

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Since your headlights failed to "come on", instead of failing under power, my vote is the headlight relay... I think there may be 2 relays in that circuit... 8) 8)
 

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GO 200 said:
Since your headlights failed to "come on", instead of failing under power, my vote is the headlight relay... I think there may be 2 relays in that circuit... 8) 8)
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If all else fails, go back into Hooters! Plenty of headlights in there! :lol:
 

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Dead stator, or possibly the headlight relay, or the headlight fuse that is in the battery box. Start with those ideas. Work it 1 thing at a time though.
There is a fuse in the battery box !!!! Mine did this a few yrs back and took me forever to figure it out.....have no clue why they would put a fuse there when all the others are under ur fake tank ????
 

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GO 200 said:
Since your headlights failed to "come on", instead of failing under power, my vote is the headlight relay... I think there may be 2 relays in that circuit... 8) 8)
+1

If all else fails, go back into Hooters! Plenty of headlights in there! :lol:
Excellent point! :twisted:
 

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No luck. Tried both relays and the headlight fuse in the battery box. My headlights are not blown. I wonder if the high beam low beam switch could trigger any of this.
 

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"Tried both relays", not sure what you mean by that.

I think he did ZX. Your next step (if you're electrically inclined) is to bypass the relay in the junction box. You'll need the wiring schematics from a shop manual...

Doubtful that the switch is the culprit.
 
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