ELECTRICAL SYSTEM 15-37
Headlight Reserve Lighting System Inspection (US and Canadian Models)
If either high or low beam burns out, the reserve lighting system switches over to the remaining filament automatically, and lights the white headlight failure indicator light to show that the headlight bulb must be replaced. If the high beam filament burns out, the low beam is automatically turned on; if low beam burns out, the high beam is turned on but more dimly than normal.
The US and Canadian models contain a relay in the headlight circuit. In these models, the headlight does not go on when the ignition switch is first turned on, but the headlight goes on once the starter button is pushed to start the engine, and stays on until the ignition switch is turned off. But the headlight goes out whenever the starter button is pushed to restart the engine after engine stalling.
*If all wirings and components other than the reserve lighting device check out good, the device is defective.
Turn Signal Circuit
Turn Signal Light Bulb Replacement
•Unscrew the mounting screws to remove the lens.
•Push the bulb in, turn it counterclockwise, and pull it
•Be sure the socket is clean.
•insert the new bulb by aligning the pins with the grooves in the socket.
•Push the bulb in, turn it clockwise, and release it. It should lock in position.
Be careful not to over tighten the lens mounting screws.
A. Mounting Screws
Dimmer Switch Position Headlight Failure Indicator Light Reserve Lighting
Both high and low beam filaments are normal HI Goes on (hardly visible)
LO Goes on
High beam filament burned OUt HI Goes on Low beam comes on.
LO Goes on
Low beam filament HI Goes on
burned out (hardly visible)
LO Goes on High beam comes on dimly.
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It has more info than the Clymer....I use both constantly.