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Ducati Diavel Service Manual: Low beam lights not working

Location of connections and components

Low beam lights not working


(A) injection relay; (b) etv relay (throttle valve operating engine); (c) radiator fan relay; (d) hands free relay.

Low beam lights not working


Fuses located at the rear left of the vehicle.

(1) 10A dashboard; (2) 5a engine control unit; (3) 15a key-sense; (4) 20a injection relay; (5) 10a throttle opening relay (etv).

Low beam lights not working


Fuses located at the rear right of the vehicle.

(1) 7.5A black box system (bbs); (2) 7.5A navigator/alarm; (3) 25a abs 2; (4) 30a abs 1; (5) 10a fans; (6) 7.5A diagnosis/recharge.

Low beam lights not working


(A) low / high beam and parking light connections

Low beam lights not working


High beam lights not working
Fault codes The hi beam light on the (slave) dashboard flashes at 1hz frequency. Wiring diagram Location of elements on motorcycle (A) injection relay; (b) etv relay (throttle valve operating ...

Horn not working
Fault codes Dds: horn diagnosis -> short circuit to ground (s.C. Gnd). Dashboard: the error "claxon" (horn) is shown on the service display. The eobd warning light activates. Wiring diagram ...

Other materials:

Checking the frame
Check the dimensions of the frame against the dimensions shown here to determine whether it needs to be realigned or renewed. Important Damaged frames must be changed, not repaired. Any work carried out on the frame can give rise to potential danger, infringing the requirements of ec directi ...

Battery
Battery safety rules Warning Before carrying out any operations on the battery, keep in mind the safety standards (sect. 1 - 3, General safety rules). When under charge, batteries produce explosive gases. Keep batteries away from heat sources, sparks or open flames. Instructions for use T ...

Removing of the rear wheel
Place the motorcycle on the rear service stand and engage the 1st gear. Remove the clip (6). Using a suitable socket wrench, loosen the wheel nut (1). Fully unscrew the nut (1), then remove the washer (2) and the spacer (3). Remove the rear wheel from the motorcycle. ...

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