Question about Honda NF 100 Wave Motorcycles
I suspect that your battery is low on charge. If this is an older model, then it takes about 11 volts or more to operate the flasher unit on older bikes. Not so with more modern bikes as the flasher is electonic. My Yahama does the same thing when the battery is low. You may want to check that the flasher is really working as the contacts inside the flasher unit stick or burned. You may have to replace the flasher. Just for fun recharge your battery for a few hours and try again.
Posted on Jan 02, 2011
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