Well I checked the stator output, that's fine. All 3 connections are also tight. The blinker problem was a loose wire.
I tested the bike again, and temp doesn't seem to effect it. I left the bike running for a long time, until it was very hot, and the headlight stayed on the whole time. Then I took the bike around the block, got it up to about 40 MPH, and the headlight stayed on the entire time.
Then I went out on the main road where I could open her up more, and once I accelerated fast the headlight went out. It then came on briefly, then went out again and never came back on.
I'm think what I should try next, is bypassing the headlight relay as described in a past post? I really don't want to replace the whole junction box....
Is the Head Lamp indicator light supposed to be lit the entire time the headlight is on? It was never on when I had my old instrument cluster, then I got a new cluster, and it also has never been lit. I assumed that both units had the bulbs burned out, but now I'm wonder if this is suppose to light up to worn you that the head lamp is out? If so, this light does not come on when my head lamp is out.
1994 Vulcan 750 40K on the clock and counting....
Bought 4/2011 28k Miles,
New Rick's Motorsports R/R
Tim Parrot Stator
KAW Saddlebag/signal relocation brackets
NGK Iridium Plugs