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HI guys! Already read all the posts about the ac balanced circuit and still got a problem. I bought the treatland AC regulator and connected one to the yellow and one to the blue at the junction box. i am still getting taillight bulb to blow up, everything else is working fine. what should i check? thanks !
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Many, many regulators on Treatland's site. Please kindly show which one. Also, how you hooked it up to the blue and the yellow wire that you have.
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treatland - yamaha FS1 6V regulator
2x : one on yellow wire and the one with dots on the blue wire
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What is the voltage and wattage of each/every bulb in your allstate? You really can't deviate from the chart below with this balanced AC system.
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Headlight 6V 22/22W
stop light 6v 10w
pilot and tail light 6v 5w
forgot to mention it has a VBB taillight (yellow tail light, blue stop)
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any suggestion?
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Bad ground at tail ?
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I will check on every single contact.

Can anyone confirm if that's the correct way to connect the regulators.

I have a led bulb BA15 for the brake light and a led festoon for the taillight, does it affect the whole circuit?

should i stay with the regular filament bulbs even with regulators??

Thanks!
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this is my set up, Vbb wiring, external coil
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LED's are hit or miss on AC systems.
If you have regular bulbs pop them in and see if your tail light works then or not. You'll at least be able to cross the lamps as the issue at least.
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