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Hi all, i need help! :) 2002 600cc katana my

Hi all, i need help! :) 2002 600cc katana my signals are whacked. i changed my rear signals a few years back and were working fine, but lately they've been doing weird things. both signals work intermittently. all four flash rapidly as if one is burnt out. i changed bulbs, changed signals, and still no difference. lately, the worst thing happening is when i start the bike, it runs, but as soon as i turn on a signal, the bike dies out!! keep in mind the battery was a little low when it died out from turning on the signal, but...still, something fishy going on and i cant figure it out.

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