Hope you can help :) 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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Re: indicators on constant since battery was replaced
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).
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Hi,,remove the tape and check the connections,,when you say "everthing went dead i assume you mean all lights ect,,,check your fuse box,,,more than likely the indicator wiring has shorted and blown a fuse.
hi, looks like u may have a faulty rectifier, did the battery go flat when u wer using the bike or when it was standing? locate the regulator rectifier,under the rear mudguard in front of the rear wheel, on this you will have a plug in connector check all conections for corrosion clean if ness, see the vidio, click on linkhope this helps paul
you need zzr1100/d rear wheel and all spacers,get whole wheel if poss. you also need rear shock from d or c zzr1100. this will bring bike back to ride hight. play with spacers and away you go, makes it little bit nippy.
Check the wires to the indicators & switch ,you may have a short .which is draining the power out of the battery. When you get your bike running ,put a D/C voltage tester agross the battery terminal .At 1000 revs you shoukld have 13.5 volts .Rev up to 3000 and it should stay constant .if you are not getting 13.5 volts your regulator may be a fault .
I had this exact same problem on a hipster 125, it was a faulty regulator module ( mounted under the seat) I also found a short circuit (somewhere) in the wiring loom between the regulator output and the chassis (probably what killed the regulator in the first place!) I cut and replaced the entire wire to save removing most of the loom and after testing reg to ensure it was dead i fitted a new one (about £60) bike charges and runs like a dream now even with fully lights approx 80% of the time. good luck
sounds like you have got dead cells in your battery , they wont hold a charge , the loud click was probably the cells in the battery arking and killing the cells off ,id fit a new battery and all should be well.
hope this helps