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Blinkers do not blink

What is the black box with the blue and brown wire coming out of it in front of the back tire under the seat.Is the blinker module under the front of the tank

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Its under the tank my friend that bit by the back tire is the rear light relay it tells you if the back brake light is working or not.

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