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My brake light and turn signals don't work, and my selinoid makes a clicking noise. I have replaced the selinoid today.

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If solinoid is proper one.check all coloured connecters are correct also check for powderd deposites in the sockets where the globes are fitted into as that makes a bad earth.also check in headlight where all connecters are usely placed for the handle bar switch.also hold globes to light and look at the elements in the glass.i myself have bought new ones witch damaged due to miss handling by rough handlers behind the counter.i have had bikes that where harness exits h/bar switch have been squashed as well.generally the indicater loom is seperate to main system but all taped together.with a diagram to follow you can sperate from the main taped harnness.your beeper should be in chrome dome on left like th air box.the indicater system is simple one.goodluck

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