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Best way to find the problem is use a volt meter to trace the current through the wiring harness, find out where there is and isn't current. Between those 2 points is the problem.
 

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Do you have a manual, or at least the wiring diagram? These are imperative when troubleshooting problems like this.
I'm sure that you have already replaced the bulbs? And checked these for corrosion.
 

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Do you have a manual, or at least the wiring diagram? These are imperative when troubleshooting problems like this.
I'm sure that you have already replaced the bulbs? And checked these for corrosion.
I do not have a manual. Yes, replaced the bulbs and everything in there looks to be in good shape.
 

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I have a Clymer that I can mail to you, if you send me a PM. Clymer is not at all what I'd recommend, but I have an extra.
 

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You have 3 points to check. Front by headlight, under the seat, & under the rear fender. Colors are sky blue to blue for right, & orange for left. Of course check your grounds too, (dark green).
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CMSNL.COM has a pretty good picture of the wiring harness. At least it shows what the connections look like. Although I can't seem to find the rear wiring harness section.
 
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