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No start, head lights, dash lights,

Working signal and brake lights and horn

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Does the bike display any fault cords?? Have you checked your fuses??

Posted on Oct 16, 2014

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SOURCE: left signal flashes right doesnot signals wont light up for night

Replace the bulb in the tail light. It's dual filament bulb. Brake light is separate from the running light.

Posted on Apr 30, 2009

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SOURCE: 92 FXR bike will not start or even turn over

that clicking sound is the starter solenoid. check all large cables for corrosion and tightness. as for the signal lights, neutral and horn, i think a wire is grounding , thus causing the problem with the bike not starting also. check at ignition switch and at handle controls for a loose wire that may be touching the handlebar. basically inspect all the wiring on the bike

Posted on Aug 08, 2009

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SOURCE: turn signals dont work and niether does the horn

the acc fuse will be toast they on a 15amp. youll have one spare on the bike. change the fuse and your off.

Posted on Nov 02, 2009

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SOURCE: lights, turn signals, horn don't work

Look for a bad ground connection inside the headlight shell (or possibly elsewhere). The other thing that all of the items you mention that are working intermittently have in common is the ignition switch. With the switch 'on', check for battery voltage at the fuses for the headlight, turn signals, horn, etc. No voltage at the fuses likely means a bad ignition switch.

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SOURCE: Brake lights,turn signal and horn not working...

Check the wiring within the headlight shell--look for connectors that may be corroded or pulled loose. A little WD-40 will favor connection integrity when sprayed into the connectors, then coupling and uncoupling them several times. Hope this helps!

Posted on May 24, 2010

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