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On a suzuki rmx 250 1998 where is the indicater flasher unit and what dose it look like.I have LED indicaters and they are running too fast.

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On a suzuki rmx 250 - images?q=tbn:and9gctrlyxxvw2ddarw0cnt--2gdg3jqtpmtxjc3vnqxheoy6rmmi2e

Its normaley located under the seat on the frame

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