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Re: blinkers don't blink ,where is the relay switch on...
Usually found under the seat. It will have either 2 or 3 wires going to it.
Trick is to turn blinkers on, and disconnect relays until lights go out.
Then you have found correct relay.
It does sound like a faulty relay
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