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Indicators only work intermittently or not at all. relay has been replaced and the indicators worked for a day then started working intermittently again. Any ideas?

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    andrewhigson Apr 15, 2013

    Indicator stalk?

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I have the same problem did you get it fixed??

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  • ginette_dauw
    ginette_dauw Dec 23, 2012

    No not fixed yet

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