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Old 05-05-2013, 12:58 AM   #1
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Low beam burned out, high beam works though?

I just replaced my OEM signals with LED's yesterday (friday) and tonight i come home and BAM low beam flickers and just dies on me. I keep on hearing that this is unusual and low beams usually last a long time.
Dafuq should i do? Should any concerns be drawn to my attention? (besides purchasing a new bulb of course)

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It's unlikely your signals caused a headlight issue.
Replace the bulb. While you're at it inspect the plugs for any signs on melting.
You're probably fine.
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If for whatever reason you pulled the headlamp bulbs make sure you don't touch the glass and if you do clean it off prior to reinstalling
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I went through 3 low beams and 1 high beam in 20,000 miles.
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Are they bulbs for motorcycles? Sometimes, cheap ones have the filament break because of all the vibrations on a moto vs a car.
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Old 05-06-2013, 05:48 AM   #6
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Eh, it happens. Just replace the burned out bulb and carry on with your business. Nothing else to sweat about it. I believe it to be mere coincidence. Low beam is separate from high beam. two separate bulbs with different signal to turn on.
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I have a 2009 ninja 250, make sure the dust grommet is on good and just replace the bulb. They are cheap and easy to replace.

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