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Lights,horn,indicators not working

Starts and runs fine, ive changed fuse.

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Hello!
From your description it appears the fault lies with the handlebar switch or the connections to it situated in the headlamp.
Hope this sorts it, please remember to rate my effort if on the button (Excuse the pun!)
Paul 'W'
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Posted on Jan 20, 2009

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