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I have a 88 virago 750 turn signal help

All of the lights on the bike work and all the blinkers work but the front right one wont blink its a new bulb and all the fusees are good and the back one on the right also blinks please help

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You can check earth wire is hooked up properly, also check that you haven't crimped your power wire so that it is creating an "open" circuit.

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SOURCE: Blowing turn signal fuse

Every time you turn bike on front lamps are cuasing fuse failure. you have a running light pwr pinched. diconnect battery ground and secure lead so it cant get back to post. Use an ohm meter check lights pwr leads to ground looking for meter to see if continuity to chassis ground exsists. ohm's found in milla or killa values should not be mistaken for short to ground more like the resistance through light fillament. best checked with all bulbs to circuit removed. Continuity through test leads should be subtracted from test value good connection .1ohm no connection = OFL or open.

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How long did the bike set un-used? After years, gasoline turns into varnish after evaporation of the aromatic hydrocarbons. I've actually seen a substance like molasses in all the carbs and the gas tank. Take a bowl off of a carb and see what you find. If it has gone to varnish, you will need to disassemble every component that gasoline touches as a liquid and re-build and clean out the gunk. (yes, gas tank too and the diverter valve) This is a common problem.

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SOURCE: slow right turn signal on Kawasaki 800 Vulcan Classic.

there is only 1 flasher relay. unfotunately its a sealed type so you will have to replace it.

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SOURCE: both turn signal stay lit don't blink. Maual

Have you tried the blinker module?

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the relay is stuck causing the blinkers to remain on usually as heat builds up in the relay it causes the metal contact to expand and flip off and once its cooled down it can make contact once again and give power to the blinkers this happens very quickly thus you get the turn signals blinking when turned on and will hear a clicking sound coming from the relay switch ,unless its faulty and needs to be replaced .

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