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  • Offline naefuse   scotland

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    Givi sot lights
    on: Oct 06, 2020, 08.10 pm
    Oct 06, 2020, 08.10 pm
    I have a set of Givi spotlights fitted and one of them isn’t working. Got them checked and was told that the unit is knackered ( not the words he used) can these be replaced singularly or need to buy the whole kit again.
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    Re: Givi sot lights
    Reply #1 on: Oct 06, 2020, 09.57 pm
    Oct 06, 2020, 09.57 pm
    Sure it’s not just the bulb, assuming you have the halogen ones not the LED.
    I had a set on my first CT and had to replace the bulbs a couple of times.

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    Re: Givi sot lights
    Reply #2 on: Oct 07, 2020, 01.03 am
    Oct 07, 2020, 01.03 am
    Not familiar with the Givis.  Denalis have a relay.   I called Denali when I had an issue ( super nice and helpful people) on my wife's CTX.  They told me that only two things can really go wrong absent an impact; the relay or the LEDs themselves.  Can you trade out the relay on the Givis?  They are only 6 bucks over here. 

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    Re: Givi sot lights
    Reply #3 on: Oct 07, 2020, 10.05 pm
    Oct 07, 2020, 10.05 pm
    Can you swap them over?
    It would tell you if this is spot light itself, or harness.
    Givi set is quite easy - relay, ON/OFF switch and 12 VDC cable.
    I'm using heavily modified Givi harness at my CT, and rather use ON/OFF switch provided by Givi, installed one from Africa Twin, which fits perfectly into the slot next to traction control switch.

    Last Edit: Oct 07, 2020, 10.09 pm by matt28

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    Re: Givi sot lights
    Reply #4 on: Oct 09, 2020, 04.04 pm
    Oct 09, 2020, 04.04 pm
    Thanks for your reply’s. I took the light apart replaced the bulb and cleaned all the terminals. Now I have a pair of working lights, the bulb didn’t look as if had blown And the connector was a little loose.