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Indicators on constant since battery was replaced

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The battery on my zzr1100 went dead during the week (it is also fitted with a Laserline 860 alarm), i replaced it and the alarm works fine, can be armed and disarmed and the engine starts but the indicator lights are constantly on and will not switch off (I have disconnected the battery so it doesn't waste the new battery). What can i do to fix this problem?
many thanks
Paul

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    Louie Role May 11, 2010

    Hi,

    If I may ask, which indicator lights, the alarm"s or the instrumentation's?

    Just a start, do postback how things turned up or should you need additional information. Good luck and Thank you for using FixYa.

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Well its not the flasher unit, its the alarm itself, i will have to get it to a garage and get the alarm removed.
thank you for your advice

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Hi again,

Appreciate the quick postback.

Let's try process of elimination:

  • could not be the fuse marked TURN 10 A, there is power to the signal/turn lights;
  • could not be the turn switched, it will be either one but not both at the same time;
  • but it could be the flasher relay (flasher can or indicator relay). In some Kawasakis, they would be right beside the starter relay. And since you replaced the battery, which is right next to it, possibly dislodged/disconnected the connector at the bottom. Might as well check the ground wires.
  • Alternately, it could be any of the connectors slightly pulled/disconnected within the same area.
Should this not address the issue or if the flasher relay be not there would appreciate updates (for any developments or even the lack thereof).

Cheers.

Posted on Nov 22, 2008

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Hi,
its the lights on the bike, instead of being able to switch the left or right indicator on so they are flashing, both are on constantly.

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