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This is just my guess from far away....Fuse number 8 controls all of that PLUS the headlight relays according to my manual. Since the relays for most of this stuff is in the block right next to the fuse block I am thinking there may be a broken wire in the back of the relay block. It can be removed by just pulling 2 bolts and the back of it snaps off. I would suggest doing this and looking for a wire loose or disconnected in there.

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Not sure what all the accessory panel installed in the right saddlebag controls but that would be my first look since it's been recently messed with. Remove the power lead going to it on the battery end or at least inspect all of that and make sure you don't have short. These kinds of problems don't usually just happen on their own. I didn't put that panel back together myself but I know it was disconnected to get your saddlebag off for the tire change.

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Last place to be messed with prior to the problem is usually the first place to look.

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Yep, if nothing else..........that would be the first place I'd look.

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I have posted the ground points listed in the service manual for my 94 . They are here :99 GL 1500 Running lights quit??? - Goldwing Technical Forum - Forums - Steve Saunders Goldwing Forums

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Not sure what all the accessory panel installed in the right saddlebag controls but that would be my first look since it's been recently messed with. Remove the power lead going to it on the battery end or at least inspect all of that and make sure you don't have short. These kinds of problems don't usually just happen on their own. I didn't put that panel back together myself but I know it was disconnected to get your saddlebag off for the tire change.

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Thanks John

Everything worked fine after the tire removal and installation...This came about on the way home after putting a few thousand miles on the Bike...

I researched the threads and found trhat Flyboyzel ( Our toolmaster ) had the same problem..I sent him a Pm and he replied but no message was in the reply..LOL

Appears he thinks his same problem was cured by replacing the # 3 relay and that cured it...In his post he said he got the relay from a Autozone...I was looking for that part # to get it from them while I am still in the USA.

https://www.goldwingfacts.com/forums/...ag+lights+1500


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Hawggy here is a reply with the part number:


Its a driving light relay.....Pilot¬* PL-RY1¬* It is a 30 amp relay and has one tab you have to break off of it to get the relay panel cover to fit....cost is around 7.99 and they work well.

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Thanks Everyone for your help...

I switched out # 3 relay and it worked with another relay...Will look for a replacement part tomorrow..Should be Ok after that..

Thanks again.

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