Question about 2005 Suzuki Boulevard M50
Riding down the road, i lost turn signal and engine power decreased anybody have an idea?
You may have developed a short circuit or an electrical component failure that increased the load on the alternator thus reducing available engine power. Since the turn signals failed check that circuit and all other accessory circuits or accessories that are attached directly to the battery.
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Hi Billy. Normally I would not even think too much about your signals and engine problem without some more info however, I know this is like apples and oranges. Guy couldn't keep his off road 4 wheeler running which has 'turn signals' on it too!? Don't ask me! Anyway, the thing would run as long as you didn't give it too much gas too fast. Lights dimmed when you did as well. What we found was that greenish colored corrosion that copper wires get where they are attached to a connector or pin before they're hooked up to whatever. My point is look for any corroded connections in the obvious places then look under the seat, the frame, anywhere there might be a plug connector and try to feel for loose connections. It can be a time consuming task but before you have parts changed and expensive mechanical troubleshooting done take the time you have and try looking for the obvious. We found a wire that had plastic wrap by the factory at a point where the wire branched into two. It looked questionable only because the wrap had begun to unravel. In the wrap was a wire that was exposed to the elements and had turned green and corroded. We were able to cut it back and reconnect it. The thing now pulls the front wheels off the ground. Hey, its just an idea that worked for us.Good luck and let the forum know how you make out. Donald Hosford
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