Headlight Problem Vulcan 1500
The headlight on my Vulcan is out. I suspect is the common problem with the starter relay. I've decided to overide the relay, and hardwire it with juice from the iginition. As per my wiring diagram, the brown wire out of the ignition is hot only in the "on" position, and not in "off" or "park" Ive elected to use this wire as my power feed, on a 10 amp fuse in between.
Now the question. Which wire to I feed into to provide the power after the relay. The relay has three wires attached. If I am not mistaken, the white is the hot wire out of the fuse, and the yellow red is the wire that is given voltage when the relay kicks. So in theory, feeding the yellow red wire from the brown ignition only across a 10a fuse, should provide a key on headlight. This should all be before the high/low switch, enabling the light to function normally without the starter relay delay.
Anyone have any comments? Good idea? Bad idea? Will work/wont work etc?
Thanks for the help guys
1991 Vulcan 1500A5