How to... get my headlights to stop melting!
I am on my second headlights and for some reason the high beam side always melts! When I take it apart the actual connector to the bulb is melted on.
I never have an issue with the other side, until recently. I checked that bulb as well and the connector is starting to melt on the bulb. That light still works, but I don’t wish to chance it.
I do work on my own bike and sometimes get help from others, but if I can just educate myself and do it. I will. So if describing to me. Please be some kind of specific so if I don’t understand I can research it, or get an idea and have a better way of looking.
Anyways, I read some other forums as I see headlights are a common thing. However, the plugs on the harness which attach to the other harness is fine (right side). I don’t see any visible burnt up wires and everything else works. It’s just the high beam won’t work. But it is melted.
I have never posted so hopefully the pictures work. But if you have any ideas let me know.
My friend and grandfather are electricians so if need be I can have them check currents or whatever for whatever is proposed.
I slightly suspect the relay, but idk where this is. I thought it was the relay on the left side by the fuse box, but was told this was for fans. How do I check to confirm or deny this theory?
Thanks in advance!