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Rear turn signal wires are disconnected.

I just got my goldwing back from the shop where i got new tires and a tune up. While riding i noticed that my right rear turn signal was not lighting. I checked the bulb and it is good. I traced the wires from the bulb and found two unplugged leads between my seat and side pod. My question is - are the receptacles that these leads plug into underneath my seat?

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Yes they are

Posted on Apr 13, 2009

  • David Tharp
    David Tharp Jul 02, 2011

    Connected the wires and turn signal works as it should.

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