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Left turn signal wont stop blinking - FLHX Street Glide Harley Davidson Motorcycles

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What year is the bike?? Does it have a TSM or a TSSM etc Are there any DTCs set????????? Was the bike worked on lately????

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Turn signals flashing is the confirmation of alarm system being on.I thought both sides flashed but if alarm is faulty guess that's messed up too. Try starting from stratch with alarm,disarm it[disconnect neg wire at battery]then reconnect wire and when that sets off alarm turn it off in normal way.That should get things back on track.Plus,try replacing the flasher unit,don't know why this works but I've heard of it.

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