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I have just installed new indicators front and back the bike had none before but the wiring was just hangin there but now i turn it on THEY ALL JUST STAY ON 96 TTR 250

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Sounds like your flasher relay is not hooked up correctly, the system is not properly grounded, you have a weak battery, or you have a flasher that is stuck in the on position.

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