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My turn signals and emergency flashers quit and the signal fuse is good Help?

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Okay...the signal fuse powers horns, dash indicator lights (neutral, OD etc)
so all that is working fine?

the other common items are the wiring to the bulbs and the bulbs....doubt all 4 failed at once.

Looking at my wiring diagram, it looks like the system was designed so the hazard circuit and the turn signal circuit cannot be used at the same time, It appears that the common component to accomplish this is the Hazard Relay (not Hazard Flasher Relay). Basically the power to your Turn Signal flasher is fed from the Hazard Relay if your Hazard Switch is off, and when the Hazard Switch is ON, the Hazard Relay switches and cuts off power supply to Turn Signal flasher, and feeds the 4 turn signals for 4 way flashing.
So I suspect possibly either your connector at the Hazard Relay is loose, or the relay has failed
I'll try to find location for you, looking for a 6 wire connector with the following colours
Brown/White, Brown, Brown/Red, Brown/Green, Chocolate, Dark Green.

It may be under the right side cover....there is one flasher relay there...but will do some research.
You realize the Venture has a 5 year warranty?

Posted on Mar 14, 2011

  • Neil McRobbie Mar 14, 2011

    okay...remove riders right side over....you should see the Turn signal flasher relay.
    It has 5 wires...
    brown/red, brown/white, yellow/red, black, white.

    With multimeter set on DC volts...check for voltage on the red/brown wire,with key on and hazard flashers off....you should have 12V, then when you switch Hazard flasher switch ON, you should have no voltage. If you have no voltage with hazard switch on or off....it means you need to look at the Hazard Relay I mentioned previously....according to my manual, its in the fairing in behind the riders left speaker.
    Any chance you were working in the fairing and dislodged the connector? Hopefully its just loose.
    If you need further help let me know.

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