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Fixing and finding indicator relay

For some time my indicators did not work,now they donot work, i think it may be the indicaton relay due to it is common to both sides along the switching gear,would i be thinking correctly,aso were is the location of the indicator relay your with lots of thanks grin

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You should find it under the seat.
It should be round and made from aluminium

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