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06-10-2008 09:09 AM
darrelc5 Make sure the sensor is picking up SUNLIGHT! Most common problem when wiring up a modulator is to do it at night in a shop lit by flourescent lights. Won't work - the light sensor needs the infrared component of sunlight to turn on.

Let us know.
06-09-2008 10:08 PM
Ccspinner Rember the new Modulators only work on High beam and in daylight.
Make sure your photo eye had light and is not in the dark when you are testing it.
06-09-2008 09:18 PM
james shaw
head light modulator

well i have given up trying to get my modulator to work on my bike. wired it up several times, checking my connections....still will not work, it did flash three or four times and then nothing..
headlight still works, low and hiight beam, dimmer switch still works. i even went back and soldered all the connections...still nothing.
anyone have any info? sent signaldynamics an email waiting to hear back from them.

lilburn ga.
94 vn750

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