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Honda Cbf 125 lights problem.


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hi all new to the forum, looking around the web for some help.


i have a cbf 125 2010 and im having major problems with my lights. :(


after looking for hours i find myself here asking for your help.


in the think n thin of it.... my dipped beam went about a week ago witch i thought was the bulb so had to run to work using full beam getting flashed by everyone lol on me way home from work i get on me bike and all lights have gone.. rear running light / dipped beam (witch i fault was the bulb) and now main beam.


Let me stress the the brake light and indicators are still working ok.


the first thing i think is fuse... after looking on the bike and online at wiring diagrams i find that there are no fuses for the lighting system on this bike (strange) so i goto halfords and get new bulbs ..... still not working


ive checked every plug that contains wires to the light circuit (yellow/green etc) earth straps to frame.. all been undone and cleaned with wd40 and put back on. my neighbors took look and the wiring diagram and noticed that running lights run from handle bar switch and brake/indicators are fed alone so of course i check the switch and plug from the switch and all is fine, wires nice and snug and clean.


also there is not lights on off switch on this bike they come on when the engine is on.


so cutting along story short.... one minute they worked and now they done and its not a fuse and dont seem to be a noticeable wire. like a rusty plug/connection etc


Sorry for going on abit but thought the more you guys know the better chance i might have of resolving this issue.


any ides ?


Thanks in advance !

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