Question about Suzuki GSX-R 600 Motorcycles
The turning signals on the left front and back stay on and don't flash. on the right the front stays on but flashes when used. Back rear works fine
You may have some bulbs with burned out filaments, Or the bulbs may not be in correctly. Pry off the lens cover with a dime and inspect the bulbs. Make sure they have two filaments. If one filament is broken, replace it with a new bulb. Bulb #1157
Posted on May 07, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
From your good description I would say either a bad earth or corrosion.
Check bulbs too as wrong wattage can cause grief.
Make sure all bulb contacts inside holder are not corroded (With ignition OFF) also the sides are clean too for good earthing, still a problem? then check all wire connections to each indicator, a little WD40 or similar all round is a great help when doing this.
Posted on Jan 16, 2009
Check the ground wires on both of the right turn signal lamps.
Be sure the lamp sockets aren't corroded. Be sure the pins at the bottom are clean and make good contact with the bulb bases.
Rapid flashing usually means a bulb is out.
Posted on Jun 16, 2009
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