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1979xls roadster, blinkers will no work unless you hold the button on and stay on long as the button is pushed but will not blink and go off when button is released, both sides. any ideas ?

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As far as I recall, that is the intended behavior for that model year.
There are aftermarket switches available that you can push once to start signalling, then push again to cancel.

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SOURCE: my 2000 harley sportster xl 1200sport right side blinkers work, but the left side blinkers do not blink. they stay on constantly. i have checked the wires, ground, left blinker switch,etc. i need help

check your flasher ...flasher sorted to ground

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Using Code Search:

1. Turn on the device you want to program into the remote.
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3. Press and hold the "Code Search" button for about 3 seconds until the light on the remote stays on.
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6. Press "Enter" to save the code into the remote and the light will turn off.

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4. Press the "Code Search" button for about 3 seconds until the light stays on.
5. Enter the code for your device using the number pad. The light will blink each time you push a button. If the code works, the light will turn off. If the light flashes, that means the code did not work. There may be multiple codes for a device. If a code does not work, start from the beginning by holding down code search until the light stays on and use a new code.
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Retrieving the Code for your Device:

If you used the code search function to program your device and want to know the code for future reference, you can retrieve the code from the remote. To do this:

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Lost my FOB I have a new one but I cant turn the alarm off, I called harley and they said to turn on the bike and immediatly push both left and right blinker buttons, Ive done this probably 30 times and it...


OK so here is your solution. from your dealer when you purchased your bike with the alarm system you were given a 5 digit pin number. in order to turn it off manually you need to unlock (if locked) the switch, turn it to accessory.
push both left and right blinker buttons in
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on off on off on
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My blinkers are going off.


I had a SIMILAR problem for months. I thought the solenoid in the emergency blinker button was broken (because that was where the abnormal blinking would come from) but that wasn't the problem.

Take the top cover off of the steering column.

Remove the three screws from the underneath side of the column and remove the bottom cover.
(this may be a pain in the **** to get back on later!)

there is one screw on the top of the column that you must remove and then the whole blinker assembly will slide right off the top.

Disconnect the harnesses at the back of if it and take it to a workstation...here's where your problem is.

On the blinker side back side remove the cover screws and notice that the copper plate the blinker switch moves across is probably full of dirty grease that is probably preventing good contact or abnormal blinking. Take care to remove the grease from the plate and from between the different gaps along it's path.

Re-assemble and take care to push in a couple little switch/buttons when placing the blinker assembly back on the column.

I hope this helps. Since you are having a problem with irregular timing on your issue then, IN MY OPINION, you have something that must be making irregular contact. This really isn't too bad of a repair and if you'd rather just buy new parts (though I don't know why you would) it's about 60 bucks at autozone or probably around 15-20 at a U-pull-It type auto salvage.

Good luck!!!

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I have had this happen and it is rare, but I have had a filiment burn out in a two filment buld and short to the other filiment. It does happen and I think this might be your problem, the only way to find it is a visual inspection of each bulb. I am sure many people will think this is crazy, but I have had the exact same problem, I had the schematics, tested the circuits,etc. and them by accident found a stop/blinker 1157 bulb that had done this exact thing. I hope this helps you, check the bulbs in your headlights also.

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