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    Default bagair bike start kiay headlight aur tail light kaysay jalaingii?

    plz koi madad karay ramzan ka sawab kamai

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    which bike are we talking about???
    some big bikes like GS/RP already have this feature

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    Quote Originally Posted by gull_s_777 View Post
    which bike are we talking about???
    some big bikes like GS/RP already have this feature
    Suzuki GD 110 has this too.

    Well, head-lamp of all other bikes runs off of generator in the bike. You have to disconnect connection to your head-lamp from bike's rectifier and connect it to the bike's battery. This is the theory. How to do it actually, your safest bet would be to take your bike to a bike electrician. Or someone here could guide you.

    Good luck.
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    bhai bike uraana ka plan to nahi ha

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    Quote Originally Posted by 9900GT View Post
    plz koi madad karay ramzan ka sawab kamai
    bhi jaan agar kisi ko theek turah se pata hai to pls share, i m intreasted too, aur is k leay battery zayada power ki lagani pery gi ya bike main jo hoti hai wohi kaam de jae gi, aur is se bike ki headlight ki roshani theek ho gi ya kum ho gi ,

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    Sorry, I can't help with a Do-It-Yourself procedure, it should be done by an electrician.

    I would not recommend doing it if the bike does not have this option. In the bikes that have it, its called parking light, and these have a separate low power parking lamp (bulb) for this purpose. Generally, these bikes also have an electric start and a larger battery with higher AH (ampere-hour) rating.

    If you must do it, then get a different headlight (if you don't already have one), which has a separate holder for second lamp, put a low power bulb in it and ask the electrician to connect it with the battery with a separate switch.
    Asad

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