Re: Batavus lights...don't!!!

Miniengine /
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Checked the magneto voltage for the lights while the engines running at the wire coming out of the engine housing. If it's fine then there is no need to take the flywheel off. You've done the visial inspection of your wiring harness now try an electrical inspection by taking voltage reading up to the light switch. Maybe you jarred the fillings loose in the light switch or at one of the termainal blocks.

Brian

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  Batavus lights...don't!!!Topic by: Richard Richard 06/13/01 09:35AM
  Re: Batavus lights...don't!!!Re: Ron Brown Ron Brown 06/13/01 10:57AM
  Re: Batavus lights...don't!!!Re: Miniengine Miniengine 06/13/01 11:22AM
  Re: Batavus lights...don't!!!Re: Richard Richard 06/13/01 11:39AM
  Re: Batavus lights...don't!!!Re: JJ Slayback JJ Slayback 06/13/01 06:41PM
  Re: Batavus lights...don't!!!Re: Ron Brown Ron Brown 06/13/01 08:25PM
  Re: Batavus lights...don't!!!Re: J.J.Slayback J.J.Slayback 06/13/01 09:54PM
  Re: Batavus lights...don't!!!Re: Ron Brown Ron Brown 06/14/01 10:14AM
  Re: Batavus lights...don't!!!Re: Richard Richard 06/14/01 10:04AM
  Re: Batavus lights...don't!!!Re: J.J. Slayback J.J. Slayback 06/14/01 03:23PM
  Re: Batavus lights...don't!!!Re: Shmiver Shmiver 06/14/01 06:33PM

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