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Horn, blinkers not working. Brake light stuck on

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You most probably have a blown fuse if the horn and turnsignals aren't working. The fuse panel is located under the right side cover. If there is a noticeable "gap" between the the switch box on the rightside of the handlebar and the front brake master cylinder, this gap is causing you rear stop lamp to be on. If someone has very recently worked on your bike, I'd be speaking to them to correct your problems.

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