Join Date: Nov 2009
Location: TEXAS of course
Let there be headlight!!!!!!!
Well, I figured it out.
Opened battery cover, cleaned and checked all connections, fuses etc. then I removed the speedo, gas tank, frame neck covers and exposed a number of electrical connectors, opened them and inside one were several pins that was severely oxidized, I took a dental tool with a small blade type tip, roughed it up with a rough fingernail file and used it to clean the pins in the oxidized connector, blew it out with air compressor. Sprayed the connector with contact cleaner, added some electrical conductive lube and tested the headlight, working again, whoopee!
I open all the connectors I could and sprayed them with LPS1.
The bike has near 50k miles.
Took a little time but it did not have to go to the Yamaha Robbery shop.
Thanks for the input.