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I have recently bought a 82 suzuki gs650 gl, having problems with the lighting on my turn signals. The back left and right come on when I hit either my left or right signal and the front ones are not even connected. Can you help me with this problem. I have got a repair manual and need some help.

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The filiments in the light bulbs may be broken and shorting accross the marker and turn signals. replace light bulbs.

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