CB360 Lights Issue


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the first symptom I noticed was my front signals seemed weak, but I didn’t think much of it since everything else was fine and I wasn’t blowing fuses. That went on for a couple of months. Then my starter hung up, so I pulled the right hand control apart and repaired a broken connection on the back of the starter button.

On my test ride after fixing the starter button everything was going great, and then all of a sudden I noticed one of the front markers got really bright (it was daylight), and then I lost all of my lights and the bike started to cut out/barely run. I can’t see a burnt wire, and my fuse is good. I have it on a battery charger and when I turn the key on the charger shuts off so I am assuming I have something shorted somewhere but I can’t seem to locate it. Any suggestions?

If it were a single light then it would make more senses but I have NO lights at all.
I found a bad ground and all of my bulbs burnt out. I am guessing I got a voltage spike due to the bad ground. I am replacing bulbs and putting it back together, then I will test the voltage regulator to make sure it’s still good.
It seems the test ride you passed wasn't successful. You'd better identify the problem. Lights issues can lead to accidents. And I'm sure you don't want to be hurt because of this stupidity. Try to google the most common reasons for light issues. There may be a fuse or a headlight relay. But I'm not a specialist. I'm sure there is much more info on the internet. When looking for amazon led light bulbs, I found a lot of information about car lights. Google probably understood I wanted vehicle lights instead of house lights.
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