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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The symptoms you've mentioned is an indication that the lamp needs to replaced because it is already burnt out. You've said that the lamp was replaced 3+ years ago, then you have to replaced it with new one to resolve the issue.
I'm checking into that same problem for a early 90's buick ( it's a GM also ) , I've checked the obvious ( bulbs, flasher,fuses,etc) all where fine. I assume your front turn signals work if you manually operate the turn signal switch or put on the hazard switch? The Buick's rear lights won't come on even with the hazard switch on. When you say one tail light has been out for some time, do you mean the brake/signal light or park/running lights? The Buick was like that with one side out for a while ( brake/signal light) but both the rear park/running lights work. Now, I've narrowed the problem down to the turn signal switch. I'd bet money on it. I just have to dig out my steering wheel puller, bite the bullet and get 'er done. You should be carefull if you're attempting that repair yourself ( AIRBAG ), use a manual. ( You could do a quick test by trying the turn signal while you pull the bottom of the arm toward you,move some of the wiring in the column near the arm,etc. I did and the signals started working. Could be the switch,dirt or a broken/loose wire. there's a lot of wiring going through the column and a lot of movement ( turn signal,high beam,cruise, then add tilt) Hope this helped.
No, because the left side is still working. The loose wiring was to the multifunction switch (turn signal).
Power gores through the turn signal switch to the brake switch on the brake pedal, then to the rear lights. Does the highmount brake lamp work?
At the RH lamp socket, Measure the voltage between the RH rear lamp C4032 pin 3, circuit 5 (OG/LB), harness side and ground. Should be 12 volts.
The problem is probably a faulty IC (chip) or capacitor on tv main board.
Only simple things you can do at home are hard reset and whacking test. To do hard reset leave the power cord unplugged for two hours; then power up again. This will drain power from tv and will restore all eproms inside the set to factory defaults.
to do whacking test. Just bang (not too hard) your fist on the top, back, sides, etc., to see if you can restore the picture, this can fix bad connectors etc.
and the whacking doesn't help, then the problem is in some faulty or burnt component on main pcb inside tv. Often the jungle IC
chip. The jungle IC handles all the
video, color and control signals to the projection tubes. It is quite
expensive to replace. In this case you will need a tech to test and diagnose the
exact failure so that the right outboard parts are replaced at the same
The set should be nearly 10 years of age; so, it should have a few years of
life left in it, as average life for a Toshiba is around 15 years . So, if you have to spend $300 to fix
it and you get another 5 years of life or so out of it, it may be worth repairing, as the only other option is buying a new TV.
probably too late but he first thing to don in that sit. is rinse the phone in a 75/25 solution of alcohol and water. then open up as you did and let it dry. if you can see water on the display screen your probably out of luck but keep it warm and dry for a few days and see what happens.