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Indicator problems, Kawasaki ZXR 750 91'

Bought another indicator/horn handlbar assembly for my bike, tried wiring up indicators, they dont work, wiring seems fine, hi beam/ low beam works, horn, just not indicators none of them work, have i done something wrong her? please help, very frustrating

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Try a new flasher can, if you remove it and jump the two wires together, the indicators should come on but not flash when you move the lever, check the fuse as well, though youve probably done that

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