I just bought my bike not too long ago It had accessory headlights on it when I bought it, They were both blown out and I did not like them in the first place so I removed them. I reconnected the white and green wires and now my headlight will not work. The bulb is not blown and neither is the fuse. all my other lights work aside from the rear running lights. The turn signals do work though... Does the headlight need to be grounded some how or what am I looking at here?? I'm not so good with electrical.
When you removed the light bar, (I assume you meant a lightbar with a light on each side. This is the standard way of adding lights to this bike.) First thing is that if you are not good with electrical, I would recommend a trip to your local shop to get it fixed. second, if it was a light bar, there may have been a harness that either came with, or was purchased for that lightbar kit. That is if it was installed correctly in the first place. The headlight will need to be grounded, but is normally grounded through the factory harness, if memory serves me correctly. Please, allow for minor memory fog, since it has been 6 years since I did the lightbar on my VT1100, and 5 since I did the one on my VTX1800.
Again, if you are as you said, not good with electrical and the previous owner did not use a supplemental harness, I strongly recommend you put it back just the way you found it when it was working, in hopes that it will work again, then have it professionally removed. Or if you have a friend that is electrically inclined help you go through it. Hopefully the supplemental harness was used, and the revert back to stock will be easy. If they cut the stock harness to install, you may be in for a long road ahead of you and it might be better to just leave it installed.