Main Motorcycle: 2010 Bonneville SE
Join Date: Mar 2010
Location: Staffordshire UK
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Originally Posted by Ripper
According to my circuit diagram the leds are powered from fuse 10 through the ignition switch and the ECU switches them on by providing the ground connection internally. First thing to do is check for voltage on the red/blue wire by placing a multimeter across the red/blue wire and the battery -ve with the ignition on.
Thanks for your help guy's ,I think I will get the dealer to try & sort it out. The bike is due for its 30,000 service so I hope i nothing goes wrong when I ride it the 180 klms over there for it. She seems to be going alright apart from those lights .
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