Join Date: Jul 2002
Location: Tucson, AZ, USA
Re: High beam won't work
If the bulb is a regular filament type, you should be able to check it for continuity, like one would a fuse.
The normal bulb runs on DC.
You can check for voltage to the socket with a multitester. If you get plus an minus backwards the tester will let you know.
You can also check the ground by testing for continuity from the negative wire to unpainted ground.
I remember people reporting having problems with the connection of the ground wire to the frame. Broen wire?
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