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The turn signals on my 2000 harley heritage will not flash off and on.At first the turn signals would flash but would not cancel by them self and now they will not do anything

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Your turn signal module has failed or has a weak electrical connection. Disconnect, clean, and reconnect the 12 pin connector. If this doesn't correct the problem, replace the turn signal module.

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