Question about 1984 Honda VF 1100 C
The problem is the "turn signal cancel unit". It's located behind the front fuse panel. The way I fixed mine was to remove the box and pull it apart. Inside you will notice a circuit board. On one of the corners there will be three diodes (D1, DZ1, D2). The one in the center will most likely be burnt. I simply snipped the burned diode off of the board. Once I hooked it up, I had tail light function and the trouble light went off. Fuse didn't blow and everything is functioning properly. The actual turn signal cancel won't work but that didn't bother me, it didn't work previously (probably due to that same diode).
Posted on Feb 08, 2011
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