A few weeks back I thought it would be smart to wire both high and low beams together for those occasional night trail riding journeys . I don't dual sport, so I thought why not (2000 WR with the higher output stator) Not so smart now as both headlight and tailight are out for the count! Here's what happened. I cut the headlight wires and wired a 3 prong adapter from Napa into the existing system. I wired the low and high together while maintaining the ground. I did this on my last bike with 5,000 miles of success. Problem is both my tail and headlight don't work at all anymore! I KNOW I wired it correctly---what gives? I try to replace both bulbs-no luck. I put the stock one back on after futile attemps and many beers trying to figure this out-still no lighting! What the heck did I do? Is there a fuse/resister I may have blown? I even tried the old adapter I knew worked on my last bike that I removed before the sale. I have not tested it with a meter, but I may go and buy one and give 'er a try. Anything obvious I may be missing? I am a complete loser for not being able to figure this out? (don't answer that one) BTW, night riding is WAY TOO MUCH FUN!!!!!! Been doing it for a few years, if you've never done it- TRY IT!