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Started bike, seen left turn signal blinking. Tried to reset, won't reset. Turned signal indicator to right and right signal works. The whole time left turn signal is on and blinking. Check fuses, looked good. Tried to check turn signal relay, but cannot get cover completely off. Is it a relay? Is it something simple? What do I do?

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Likely that the guts of the turn indicator switch have disintegrated somewhat. Probable replacement necessary.

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Resetting your security system depends on which system you have. To do any of them, you must have the fob. If you don't have the fob, only Harley can clear. Be prepared to prove ownership when you arrive.

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To reset the code with a HFSM equipped bike, you will:
1) Have your key fob near the bike
2) Set your kill switch to off
3) Quickly turn the ignition switch on, off, on, off, on
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