Well, I got those LED's fitted today.
I put one either sideunder that U shaped section that fits beneath the top-box, so that they reflect onto the tops of the saddlebags.
The other two I put on the bottom of the side panels so they reflect off the shiney aluminium by the passenger boards.
I just hope Steve likes them. He leftthem to me to fit while he's sunning himself in Tenerife!!!
While I was working, somehow I blew a fuse.
I got everything wired up, switched on to testit all,and everything worked ............... except ALL of the stock lights!!!:shock:
I had brake lights.
I had all the aftermarket spots.
I had the lower fogs.
I had indicators.
I had ignition.
What I didn't have was headlight (high or low beam).
What I didn't have was tail lights.
What I didn't have was a number plate light.
On checking the fuse box, I discovered that the tail light fuse (15amp) had blown.
Now then. Here's a question. Why, if the tail light fuse blows, does the headlight go out as well?:baffled:
The headlight has it's own fuse, and when the tail lights fuse was replaced, all the 'missing' lights worked again.:doh:
Does this mean that all the lights I mentioned are controlled by one 15amp fuse?:?:?
Have any other GL1500 owners discovered this little anomaly? :baffled:
i installed a set of those on a semi they are not very bright for a street glow effect they may do good bouncing off the chrome and stuff it may glow alittle but they may be a better brand than the ones i installed