Sorry yes low beam is working fine
High beam if i flip the switch only 1/2 second the high beam works ... Only original lights and wirering ... No extra lights
But 1 year ago HID not stock bulb's
The test of the switch itself is with the contact OFF, so i can see the 3 wires change on the multimeter, never checked with contact ON
Could there be a possibility the button is not contacting correctly .... And why i cannot take out that switch . as you can see removing the other switches is not a problem ?
Thanks for the questions, and correction, for high / low beam button
I was just thinking that maybe there's a problem with a relay, because sometimes relays get involved with headlights. That is, sometimes -- and I'm not sure if this applies to Vics -- there's a relay and a delay in lighting up headlights when a bike is turned on. This process saves having the battery, at start-up, power both lights and the starter motor; once the motor's running, the headlights go on. That's how some bikes work, anyway.
So I was wondering whether there's a problem related to that sort of thing (if Vics do that). That's why I was wondering whether you have this problem after
the bike's been fired up.
If you have aftermarket HIDs, then I suppose something could have gone wrong with the HID power source/ballast/something. I've read about a problem or two with aftermarket HID systems, some of which were replaced by a vendor and then worked fine.
Sorry, no help with the switches or how to take them apart. So far, you have me stumped...