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If you'll contact me directly at wd4ity@bellsouth.net, I'll send you what I have on the turn signal module. Now, Harley changed the module but I don't know what year they did it. Anyway, I have a pin out for the early module and a trouble shooting guide. Maybe it'll help. No charge of course. Just remind me of what you need as I get lots of these request. I'd send it here but they limit me to 150Kb maximum file size.

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