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My indercators are not woking and my light get brighter when i open the trotall i but new battery in it. also the n light dont allways work only when i turn it on? could it be the cdi or REGULATOR RECTIFIER thanks

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  • m_rinkert08 Mar 30, 2009

    my battery seems to be draining itself as soon as i put it back in,had it checked and fuses but both seem to be fine,when i first put it in the bike and turn the ignition on there is power and my stand light and neutral light come on but then fade to nothing after a few seconds,any ideas as to why im losing the power striaght away? thanks



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Yes it could sounds like your rectifier i had a 1978 zx 600 do the same thing

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