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Honda cbr turn signal failure

When i signal left, only the rear flasher works. and the indication light flashes a lot faster. any ideas whats wrong anyone?

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  • Anonymous Mar 16, 2014

    hi, i had a slight crash my cbr 125, 2004 and the left light indecator has damage when i bought replacement and put it on the light is working but i won't blink, my suspect is the flasher relay is busted?

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