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I need to change the indicator relay

Im fitting a new relay for led indicators and cant find the standard relay

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It is located under the driver's seat.It should have written on it something like : 4x21W or mention the word bulbs

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Change indicator relay


Hi, Anonymous for this scenario you will need your service/owners manual if you can't find the first and best tool you ever bought for your Yamaha, despair not, for a mere $0 you can download another one. For more information about your issue and valuable "FREE" downloads that you will need please click on the links below. Good luck and have a nice day.
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I am not a electronic wizz but i believe the led's will light up but do not have enough resistance to cause the internal breakers to work.
I found this.
The post that had the link said that it fixes fast blink and no blink conditions. http://www.greggscustoms.com/instruc...istor_Inst.pdf

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I have just replaced my old indicators with some new led light., But they stay on when i click left or right on the switch, and my horn doesn't work either. Can you please help?


do you have suficiant charge in the battery? were the old indicators the standard kawasaki ones? if so you you must replace the relay with 1 for led indicators, the old relay expects that when you turn on the indicators it will have to suply 12 volts at 42watts, this is not the case with led indicators, i think the horn is coinsedental and not related to the indicator fault, poss needs replacment horn

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My 2004 gsxr 600 turn signals don't work. I have led break light and led rear turn signals. The stock front turn signals are currently off the bike but even when I plug them in they still don't work. Also...


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hi,this may help,the standard relay will not work properly with led units as they are very low current devices,a standard relay runs at about 5amps current draw on standard 21w bulbs,however leds only draw about 0.25w,so on a standard relay the leds will flash at a million miles an hour,any good auto sparky will have a transistorized relay that willswap out for the original,these relays are not current dependant and will flash at the correct rate regardless of the current draw on them and it will solve the problem you are having...cheers

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Just fitted led indicators to 800 valusia


another way to solve the fast flashing is to have all led incators and they should flash at the same speed

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Led indicators honda xlr 125 "NOT FLASHIN AT RIGHT SPEED "


Hi and welcome to FixYa,

The reason that the flashing speed of LED indicators are faster/different from the standard bulbs is because the original flasher were designed for the current flow of bulb types. A LED type indicator offers very low resistance and consumer very little current hence the original flasher fails to operated correctly.

Your idea of changing the flasher relay is correct. Electronic/LED flashers are available here, here and/or here.

Good luck and thank you for using FixYa.

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or can I disconnect OEM indicators and connect one up to see if it works ok. Basically I dont want to rewire the bike for the indicators not to work!! just installed my LEDs a couple months back. All I did was to change the flasher relay that you can buy at local auto store for less than $10 bucks. and add resistors inline that are 8ohm 25watt. You can get the resistors from radio shack. i only needed to install the resistor on the front indicators. I didn't do them all at the same time. So, the rears worked fine with just the flasher relay for me but depends on your LEDs. Be safe and just get the resistors and relay and all will work just fine. And you don't need to rewire your bike. ....The problem is that the LEDS do not pull enough power to trip the relay to flash and the resistors correct that. And do them all at once..,,,

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