killing light's

dag29388

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Apr 8, 2016
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Woodruff, Sc.
Okay It's been awhile since I've posted anything on here, but I'm stumped on this one. I've been building these bike's for quite a few year's now and I've been using the same type of setup all along. Same motor, bike, taillight, and headlight. If it ain't broke right? Well there in lies the rub....I haven't changed the setup and all of a sudden one of my motors keeps killing my headlights. I even tried a "new type" and it killed three of those too. The dual Led light is the traditional I use (went through two of those) the single Led is the "new one" (went through three of those). I have yhe exact same motor on another bike but lights work perfectly on that one. So what's killing my lights? It's driving me crazy. Help!!!! Lol
 

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makats

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Apr 1, 2020
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My guess is that it could be the ohm's law in action? One light could be just vibration or faulty circuit/led but with that many lights, I'd say it looks like a pattern.