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I have an ll00xx. When it is running and you use the turn signals or brights it immediatley kills the ignition and loads up with fuel. It does not die when the signals are flashing but it will not rev. It usually dies after hitting the high beams though. What do you think?

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You have a bad or loose ground connection. I would start with the battery connections. (loose or corroded)
The only reason I am on this sit is because it helped me find a problem with a gl1500 with similar problems. Your Honda has aprox. 8.5 mi. of wire and a bad ground somewhere. we found a burned connection under the seat in a 40 pin connector, after by passing the connection every thing worked fine. We took a 1500 mi. trip w/o a glitch.

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