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Indicators not working

After replacing my starter motor my indicators are not working i have checked 10 amp fuse it is o.k the switch on bars looks fine and bulbs o.k. i have tried to find flasher relay, haynes manual says it behind l.h. side panel but there is only petrol tank, would it be under pillion seat? any help would be appreciated thanks keith
1990 v max 1200 *** import

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  • tattay Mar 14, 2009

    THANKS FOR YOUR HELP; THE FLASHER UNIT WAS AT FAULT AND LOCATED AS PER YOUR ADVISE BEHIND FALSE AIR SCOOP ON L/H SIDE

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The relay is located behind the fake "Air Scoop" and not the side cover. Also check wires running uner the seat. They have been known to chafe and short the trun signals and some guages.

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