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When I apply my 4 way flashers on my '03 Ultra Classic, the engine shuts down. My new horn shut down also. The individual turn signals work fine, but applied simultaneously for my 4 ways shuts the bike down.

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I believe the simultanous pressing of both the right and left turn signal buttons is also used to set the or disable the security system. You may have a "conflict" that is so common with computerized stuff.

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