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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You should replace all the wires that are in that steering column. Use OEM wire harnesses. There is a clock spring wire in that column that is bad, The shift indicator is a clip on a piece of string that moves when the column turns with the shifter.
The FI indicator means the Fuel Injection sensors have detected a problem in the injection system. If it were a major problem the computer would not let the bike start. It is doubtful the horn fuse and the FI indicator are related problems. Your dealer can read the code and let you know what the sensors have found. Please rate my answer. Thanks!
do you have suficiant charge in the battery? were the old indicators the standard kawasaki ones? if so you you must replace the relay with 1 for led indicators, the old relay expects that when you turn on the indicators it will have to suply 12 volts at 42watts, this is not the case with led indicators, i think the horn is coinsedental and not related to the indicator fault, poss needs replacment horn
the stem goes through the body - and has a nut on the other end.
You need to find the two wires coming out this hollow nut, trace them to the connectors (undoing any clips that hold them as you go along the wire) and pull these two connectors apart.
Then use a spanner (no room for a socket) to undo the nut on the indicator - pull out the indicator and its wire from the body.
Fitting the new indicator requires sending the wires back to the connector, (put the nut on the wire after it goes through the body and tighten it a little on the indicator - you must do this before you connect the wire or it is impossible to attach the nut)
Then fully tighten the indicator and make sure it is straight -
then test for proper operation of the indicator.
reattaching the clips that keep the wiring out of harms way
what right rear indicator do you mean?indicator of flasher?tail light?pls.make it clear so that i could help...if your problem is the indicator lights,it is surely attached to the batery line.Now,you can trace it by looking for the line/wire of the said bulb first,it is commonly a red wire.In vestigate it if there is a cut or pulled out wire particularly to the joints or connector.
..Second,you can check the negative line of the said light which is commonly black wire.,try to check it by simply directly attach the black wire to the body or to the crankcase of the motorcycle itself.Third,clean the bulb socket to remove rust & dirt.
You're looking for part number 27002A. In this picture it is found very close to the horn. That does not mean is is close to the horn on your bike, but I would check there first if it is easy to get to. Usually there is an electrical box. The fuse box may contain the relay. Your dealer should be able to tell you exactly where it is, as would any shop manual for your bike.