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post #1 of 8 (permalink) Old 06-06-2010, 04:38 PM Thread Starter
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Hi guys just wondering if anyone out there has a wiring schematic for a 94 sportsman 400.... i all of a sudden lost power to my low beams the lower 2 lights, i still have the hi beam that works but not the 2 lowers
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I would guess that it's either a bad ground, or your low beam switch has burned out.
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ok thanks alot razorback
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I would guess that it's either a bad ground, or your low beam switch has burned out.
What's the chances that both low beam bulbs are toast?

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Kevguy chances are real good actually they must have burnt out during the day then that night they wouldn't go on.......... so i was thinking it was wiring not knowing they both burnt out around the same time............. so i will go away with my head down and red faced as hell, i guess i should have thought of the obvious,,,,, ty for your help guys and remember always check the bulbs first lol
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Kevguy chances are real good actually they must have burnt out during the day then that night they wouldn't go on.......... so i was thinking it was wiring not knowing they both burnt out around the same time............. so i will go away with my head down and red faced as hell, i guess i should have thought of the obvious,,,,, ty for your help guys and remember always check the bulbs first lol
Can I assume 2 bulbs are a cheap fix?

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LOL I had assumed that you had already checked the bulbs. That's I get for assuming... makes an ass out of u and me.
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well a real ass out of me actually lol yes bulbs are cheap 11 bucks
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