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SHOW SIGNAL LAMP DIADRAM

SHOW SIGNAL LAMP DIADRAM AND WIRING
KAWASAKI EN500 VULCAN
because if i on signal switch left side there is light on deam and bright flashing problem

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Hi and welcome to the site,

Perhaps either could be of help:

  • wiring diagram EN500A, click here;
  • wiring diagram EN500C, click here.

Good luck and thank you for asking.

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