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probably a stupid question

how do you turn on the running lights on a 94 i cant find a switch anywhere. i just bought this bike and im trying to figure it out.
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They should come on once you start the bike.
Also, if you turn the key to the "Park" position, they should come on.
And, just so you are aware, the rear lights are only turnsignals. Not running lights. the fronts are turn & running lights.

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i am from suffolk virginia, i think i have a problem the becuase i dont have any running lights but all my signals and brake light work
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Does the head light work???

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And, just so you are aware, the rear lights are only turnsignals. Not running lights. the fronts are turn & running lights...
Like hyperbuzzin said... the rear lights are turnsignals only. Are you talking front or rear? I guess it doesn't matter. They should be on when the bike is running, there is no switch.
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i am from suffolk virginia, i think i have a problem the becuase i dont have any running lights but all my signals and brake light work

It's possible that they put the wrong bulbs in for the front turnsignals. That's probably the easiest thing to check 1st.

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It's possible that they put the wrong bulbs in for the front turnsignals. That's probably the easiest thing to check 1st.
X2, either wrong or blown out bulbs?
Or.... someone changed out the front signal housings with rear units.I believe most state laws require front running lights if originally equipped.


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