Question about 2001 Triumph TT 600
Sounds like the old joke about blinkers
Yes, they're on
No wait - they're off
Yes they are on again ........
Are these LED lights or std bulbs?
If the former, are you using load equalization resistors?
First, validate that each of your indicators are still operational by connecting each lead directly to your battery.
Most issues with installation of LED turn signals are associated with improper connection of the 'load' resistors.
These resistors are intended to be connected across the lamp in parallel (i.e. between the positive & negative leads) not in series with the positive power connection.
The best solution is to use NO resistors and install a non-load-dependent turn signal relay in place of the original. Leaving out the resistors, should at least get your signals working, albeit with a faster flash rate until the relay is replaced.
The Triumph uses a special pin-out however so be sure to get one suitable for your application.
Posted on Aug 13, 2009
LED ones? require less voltage, so relay gets conused. Fit indicator resistor (available anywhere, prob from where you bought the indicators)
Posted on Aug 12, 2009
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