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Indicators Dont work, Turn the switch but all is heard is a buzzing sound. I just brought a new relay because when i brought the bike it didint have one. could it be wrong relay? they said it was right but who knows?

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Check the power to the relay then from the relay. If it's a different reading, the relay needs renewing. Could be faulty even tho it's new.

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