Question about Power Motorcycles
Instead of being a H-D ick like you know who I would suggest that you start by checking your bulbs for resistance. Sometimes they look okay but the thin filament inside may be broken. If the front turn signals work, then your rear signals should work, so your push button and Flasher is okay. Check the wiring at the bulbs for voltage. Test the bulbs as you depress the turn signal button. Use the metal of the bulbs base for ground and check the other wire for voltage, if there is no voltage, you may have a bad ground at the base so attach the ground to the batteries ground. Still no voltage? Most likely there is an issue with the wiring towards the rear where the harness connects the positive line from the Flasher. If there is some voltage at the bulbs (assuming your battery is fully charged) then be sure to check for corrosion on the inside of the turn signals base and also where the ground wire terminates at the frame. Next, locate the wiring harness lighting circuit for voltage. There may be a break in the line leading to the bulb. There are 12 volt 'wiggies' that will help you locate a break in an electrical line.
Posted on Oct 24, 2017
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