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Speed 4 electrical problem

I'm hoping someone has a better idea then I do about what's going with my 2006 Speed 4. I had the aftermarket left rear turn signal burn out. I couldn't find the bulb to match. I tried to take a bulb from a fron trun signal and the blinker relay started having probelms. When I turned the left turn signal on the front buld flashed. The rear was not operational. When I turned the right on I heard a loud buzzing coming from the relay. None of the right lights came on. I went to a auto parts store and they sold me a heavy duthy relay. I plugged it in and none of the signals work on make any noise.I tried the old relay and still nothing works. I figure something shorted or fried. I have also notice the following: - The trip meter is reset every time the key is turned off and on, - No brake lights, front or back - No horn everything else seems to be working OK. Is there a fuse box somewhere. Any help would be greatly appreciated.

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    Left front and rear turn signals not working. bulbs ok, Fuses ok. Is there a relay some where I'm missing?


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Sounds like you've blown a fuse when the relay packed-up!!! The Fusebox is under the seat, it's next to the battery on the left-hand side (as if your sat on the bike), the 10amp fuse in position 4 protects the horn, indicators, stop light, instrument memory and diagnostics. You'll have to buy a new fuse 'cos the spares in the fusebox are 20 and 40amps!

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