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Jameshambleton
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Nope not flashy flashy

Post by Jameshambleton on Mon 21 Dec 2015, 4:44 pm

It was raining the other night and my bike was outside. Since that night my indicators do not flash, bulbs light up front and back as they should, it affects both sides and I'm pretty stumped as they started to flash all be it very slowly the following day and then it's back to solid again this morning. Anyone got any suggestions?
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ashcroc
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Re: Nope not flashy flashy

Post by ashcroc on Mon 21 Dec 2015, 4:58 pm

Most likely moisture in the system somewhere.

Try giving the switch & relay connections a good squirt of wd40 or similar.
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Alvi
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Re: Nope not flashy flashy

Post by Alvi on Wed 23 Dec 2015, 9:42 pm

Friend of mine had similar problem on he CB500 after a very wet ride recently -  t'was the flasher relay that failed
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skyrider
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Re: Nope not flashy flashy

Post by skyrider on Thu 24 Dec 2015, 7:18 pm

I always use switch cleaning lubricant that seems to do the trick Smile

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