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I know there is a recall, however has anyone experienced complete headlight failure ? A challenge driving when the sun is going down.

Not sure if this failure is related to the recall.... ?? Any ideas ? No sign of blown fuse or relay or damaged wire.....

Any comments welcome. Going to schedule a trip to Cycle Springs.... maybe Noel and his team can get it wrapped up quick, sure hate to leave it overnight......
 

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Control, Get in the shop NOW. In Jun had a problem and the local
dealer did a minor repair. ( Before recall ) In Sept second time and
replace relay --- toasted complete fuse box. Major problem...
Would have been handle under warrantee, didn't want to wait weeks,
so traded up to a 2016. When the recall came out I couldn't get to shop fast enough.

Get there now.
 

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Control, Get in the shop NOW. In Jun had a problem and the local
dealer did a minor repair. ( Before recall ) In Sept second time and
replace relay --- toasted complete fuse box. Major problem...
Would have been handle under warrantee, didn't want to wait weeks,
so traded up to a 2016. When the recall came out I couldn't get to shop fast enough.

Get there now.
EJ, I am scheduling with Cyclesprings to get in this coming week....
 

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Control, If it's just the light harness it's a simple 1/2 hour fix.
If the fuse box gets toasted it's 8 - 10 hours. complete wiring harness. I did drive mine to the dealership 125 miles with no headlights. I did have rear lights, breaks and turn signals.
If you have every thing but headlights shouldn't be a problem getting there.

Wife & I are coming to Florida mid Jan and will be staying in Port Charlotte at the Micro Motel for two weeks.
 
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