Question about Harley Davidson FLHX Street Glide Motorcycles
You have a grounded circuit. The ground.fault is after the load but before the switch. With a grounded circuit you loose control of.the load. In your case the signal. All electricity flows in a path to the.load and back to the source. Follow the wires going from your turn signal to the turn signal switch. That is where your problem will be. Also check your turn signal relay it can be faulty as well
Posted on Jun 21, 2014
Intermittent problems can be the most frustrating thing. This can take a lifetime to solve or a few hours depending on whether fault shows itself when working on bike. More than likely it will be a leaky turn signal switch. Problem caused by owners using pressure washers and power washing the hand controls etc. forcing water into switchgear. Power washers should never be used near electrical parts or wheel bearings as water will be forced passed seals causing corrosion and eventual failure.
Posted on Jun 29, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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