This morning started like any other, but I made a 20 minute stop on my way to work this morning. When I fired the bike back up I noticed that the Front Headlight Indicator Warning light was on. Thinking that this wasn't a critical issue I continued on and made it to work, knowing I had a few H7's available at home and could do a swap in a couple of minutes tonight. In the parking lot at work I dismounted and visually inspected the front headlight assembly. The bike was still idling and all of the lights were working properly (both Low beams, High beam and PIAA's mounted under grill), yet the Front Headlight Indicator Warning was present. Perplexed, I turned the bike off and figured\hoped some rest would be good for the situation.
I left work rather late tonight and had forgotten about the issue. I never start the bike with the High Beam's on (PIAA's are switched off the High Beams - so they are off as well). Upon start-up I immediately noticed the Front Headlight Indicator warning on the dash and stepped in front of the bike to look at the headlights again. At this point I have no low beam headlights lights, but my PIAA's were on and yet the High Beam button was toggled to the off position. This should not be possible. The PIAA's only come on when the High Beam Switch is toggled to the on position and the PIAA's have their own on\off switch also has to be set to on (which is it's default position). I toggled on the High Beam switch to on and still no Low or High beam illumination - and the PIAA's remained on. I switched the High Beam switch off (to low beam) and the PIAA's remained on? The independent PIAA control switch was responsive to on\off power.
I've never had an electrical problem with the bike and the PIAA's have been on the bike over 3+ years - not something I added last weekend. Tonight I disconnected the battery on the bike - just to see if there was some sort of reset to the system that would occur - no such luck. I decided to pull one of the Low Beam bulbs, just to visually inspect a bulb - could it be that all the bulbs went bad at once? The bulb was was fine. The plastic connector assembly was brittle - but it was reinstalled. I'm not sure what next steps are? I'm not very strong at electrical issues, but any help would be appreciated.