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Wiring harness I just replaced handlebars and a new wiring harness with the bars, once hooked up the turn signals they do not work as they are supposed to. wont blink

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Hi ..... Have you changed the indicators to mini bulb ? You may have to fit an inline ballast resistor. Was the turn module swaped and/or are all earths good ? Try placing a wire manually onto the indicator(s) as a temp' earth to see if thats the problem.

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