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replace fuses & large lighting box, and large resistor still nothing ? on 75 wing
 

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Hi Guy, do the dash lights work? Does the high beam work? Do you have the wiring diagram?
 

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Have you wiggled the key in the ignition switch? Might be dirty or loose/worn contact inside.
 

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no but i have done everything else just dosent make and since everything was perfect
 

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I also just noticed that it is not charging the battery but i do have a lot of a/c volts coming from the stator thank god for that
 

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have dash lights no power to the fuse for the head lamp no high beam also not charging battery but have volts coming from stator
 

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i have several spair parts for it are they any good ? next going to change the rectifier
 

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I have been restoring this old goldwing for several months and everything has been going well , till i started put items back on this bike , i check for pinch wires i lost my headlamp and tail lamp and not charging all at once but the stator is putting out like it should i also dont have and power to the headlamp fuse box . if anyone has come across this before please help i have change several items but it is still the same
 

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Check voltages before shotgunning parts. If the bike starts and runs your regulator is probably good. Check voltage to ground at the fuse block. The resistor you replaced is for the ignition. It is in play when the bike is running to reduce voltage to the points/coils. It is cut out of the circuit when you start the bike to give the full voltage to facilitate quicker starts.

I'm going to look up a wiring diagram for you.

Hobie
 

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Check voltages before shotgunning parts. If the bike starts and runs your regulator is probably good. Check voltage to ground at the fuse block. The resistor you replaced is for the ignition. It is in play when the bike is running to reduce voltage to the points/coils. It is cut out of the circuit when you start the bike to give the full voltage to facilitate quicker starts.

I'm going to look up a wiring diagram for you.

Hobie
 

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I am missing power at the head lamp fuse and the tail lamp fuse all the rest have 11.8 volts
 

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Never mind, I see you already have another thread going on this.
 

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i found a wiring diagram for the 75 wing and it shows the headlight power goes though the starter switch HUMMMM then i thought about it and that is why the headlight goes out when you push the button , since my start switch fell apart thats why everything got screwed up pass this along never would have figured this
 

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how did you do that i have a hard time time finding my way home ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, when i am on my bike !!
 

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if your bike is the wineberry red hope you never have to paint it BIG BUCKS i am painting a 1100 shadow right now candy wineberry red $220 for everything you need thtas 1/2 pints of base and paint
 
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