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2012 Fazer 800 SA Headlamp relay location?
« on: 12 November 2021, 01:31:42 pm »
Hi everyone, my headlight bulb isn't coming on, bulb is ok and if I unplug the bulb the blue dash indicator comes on but goes out as soon as I plug the bulb back in.  I suspect it's the headlamp relay but Where is it??
Anyone know where it's located?
Also anyone know the part number? 
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« Last Edit: 12 November 2021, 04:41:49 pm by Marcho »

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Re: 2012 Fazer 800 SA Headlamp relay location?
« Reply #1 on: 13 November 2021, 12:06:07 pm »
Not sure of the model designation of the FZ800, is yours with or without the fairing? With or without ABS?
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Re: 2012 Fazer 800 SA Headlamp relay location?
« Reply #2 on: 13 November 2021, 11:05:08 pm »
I suspect it's the headlamp relay but Where is it??
Anyone know where it's located?
Also anyone know the part number? 

Look for the lighting section on here and it should show the location and the part number: https://www.bike-parts-yam.com/yamaha-motorcycle

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Re: 2012 Fazer 800 SA Headlamp relay location?
« Reply #3 on: 16 November 2021, 10:08:21 pm »
On the faired model there are two connectors sitting just above the radiator behind the near side fairing panel. These get a lot of water on them if riding in the wet and when washing the bike and can get corroded connections.
I have found that these are nearly always the cause for any lighting or dashboard problems.
I clean mine with electrical contact cleaner and then a good soaking with duck oil and then a quick blow out to remove the excess oil.
Very rare in my experience that a lighting relay goes these days.
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