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Just wondering if it is safe to remove all the indercators, taillight, horn and speedo from my 1995 kawasaki klx650? as i only want to run headlight on it, i am not sure if all klx650s are the same but on mine everything runs off the magnito, so theres no battary. any help will be much apreciated.

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No it is not safe.
Also you have this posted in the wrong product category. Please select another category appropriate to the problem and re-post the problem so the correct expert will see and respond to the question..

This is for car and truck problems related to Factory Installed Systems not add on aftermarket systems.
This post can't be removed or moved, please re-post the question in the correct product category. Thanks

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Put in a radio lately? - you'll probably find that the fuse is blown for the dash lights; and the stereo is wired incorrectly - if no radio - then there is a control module that controls the lighting I think - put in fog lamps either? I'd bet it was either fog lights or radio incorrectly installed, or control unit. You'll find that the dash lights and tail lights are usually connected (on same circuit). Be sure to turn the key "on" and check both sides of all fuses with a test light. If that turns up nothing, then a wiring diagram and some time are required....

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Driver side fuse block is most likely corroded remove some fuses and if you see green or the prongs simply break off its time to order a fuse block or see a junkyard.

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