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Where is the flasher relay for my 1998 kawasaki vulcan 800

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Flasher relays are usually located under your seat, never too far from the battery, flick your inicators on, you will hear the clicking sound, the flasher relay makes the sound, trace the sound. if there is not sound, jsut look for a little black bo by the batter it is usually round

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