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    Default Night riding illumination for switches.

    Hi everybody, this looks like my first post... I noticed on my first night ride last night on my new Eluder that the switches, turn signal, infotainment system, etc. was not lit up on my handlebars. Well, it truly bugged me...so I instantly made some quick modifications; but I am not too happy with Yamaha's handlebar lighting efforts. Honda Goldwing is incredible with their handlebar lighting arrangement.
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    Default Re: Night riding illumination for switches.

    I actually agree with you. That is one thing that they could have done a much better job with. Maybe it will be better when I get REALLY familiar with them but there are a lot of switches to remember without any lighting.

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