2002 1150 GS. Recently had some work done on my bike, including having the clutch and alternator belt replaced. After I got home a full day's riding from where the work was done I noticed my fog lights were not working. I asked the fellow who did the work, and he said the only thing he did was to disconnect the battery. this is somebody who absolutely knows what he's doing and I trust implicitly. I checked to make sure the lights hadn't burned out, by removing one of them and testing it from an alternate battery. It checked out fine. I then noticed that both the white wire (power) and the black (ground), had power going to them. Both were showing 10.95 V at the light. Tracing the wires they both run straight into the bottom of the fuse box. I do not see any relays or fuses outside of the fuse box. Since I have been switching the ignition on and off to test the lights while I was troubleshooting, I decided to hook up the battery tender, only to find that this connection is not working either. I have not had a chance to do further troubleshooting to see if the two are related, or if I am getting power to the auxiliary plug. I have checked all the fuses in the fuse box, including #3 which should be for the aux plug and the RID. The RID is working fine. All other lights and electrical devices on the bike are functioning properly. I had a spare relay, and tried replacing all the standard relays, with no effect. There are two larger, what I assume to be relays, in the fuse box, that I do not know how to test. I can take a picture if required. I then hooked up the white wire to the light, and grounded the light manually to the engine frame. The light came on but I got a screeching or whining noise from the fuse box.??? Now I need some help Does this sound like a problem with arelay? I am leaning this way since both my lights are out? Could a failed relay cause my ground wire to be powered? How do I get at the wires under the fuse box to understand what is going on in there? Right now I cannot see where the wires from the lights go to in the fuse box. how do I test the auxiliary socket to determine if the two issues are related? Really appreciate any advice on how to troubleshoot this.