Yeah, maybe this since the OP said it was a new bike to them, IIRC. We just talked about this in another thread, about how 2 bulbs will often fail at close to the same time. If a rider always drove with the fogs on this might get my vote b/c with my fogs, I have to look pretty diligently even at night to see if they are on or not--not like they super light up the road. (That's why I got the 'fog lights on' indicator kit.)TIf they still don’t come on, both bulbs are dead.
Really good to know this, techdude2000. I just searched my owner's manual (worthless re: fuses) and the Honda service manual (didn't see this, but didn't look too hard either). Never saw any mention of the fog lights' fuse...Thanks!:thumbup:Their power comes from the tail light circuit, if they are working, it’s not a fuse.
Thats a good idea. I'm going to look at this again this weekend. If its the switch, I'll just jumper it and leave them on all the time. More lights are safer anyway.:grin2:My OEM switch burnt out in the first few months I had my 2001. Had a hard time getting warranty to cover it. When they did, it went out again around year 8. I just bypassed the switch and had them on all the time. I never did use that switch.. they were always on!!! So, might want to try the switch. Easy way. pull the switch out and use a jumper to short them out... if the lights come on... it is the switch.