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Are You Sure You Have Signal coming into modem/router sometimes the red light indicates no connection is it dsl or cable or? if DSL can you use the phone disconnect the filter. and plug the cord strait into the wall plug.cable could be the connection check for shorts could be an issue with your carrier call them for a simple electronic reset Hope this helps!
take the plugs and swap them u have the running light plug which are hazards and probly blinkers too. then u have ur tail lights and ur brake lights twwo plugs swap them sounds like ur not geting a got connEction
check for a fuse near the engine to tractor wiring connector. check battery cables for looseness & corrosion. tighten the ground cable where it connects to the chassis and inspect the engine to chassis bolts. loose connections can cause backfeed problems, such as when you step on the brake pedal in your car, and can then turn on the radio...
Hi friend , make sure you have install the proper driver of it, if you don't have the driver or you don't know what is the exact driver, then my suggestion is you can install windows 7 operating system then i am sure it will work, or you can check it out by connecting a different computer where windows 7 is installed. make sure the usb port is working fine also.
Your turn signals (but not your running lights), horn and a few other things are on the "accessories" fuse in your electrical circuit, I think. If the fuse is not blown, I would guess that you have a bad connection in the power lead for that circuit. I'm not sure of what I'm going to say here because I don't work on the newer bikes but in the older bikes, the "orange" colored wires carried the battery voltage to the individual components much like "red" wires used to do in most DC circuits. I'd look for a bad connection in a plug somewhere. I hope this helps but like I said, I don't know a lot about the newer bikes. I mostly work on the older bikes that the dealers will not work on any longer.
Go to napa and they have the connectors that plug in to your existing wire connection, I don't know if they have the one for yours, but it won't hurt to check, you don't have to cut or splice the wireing with there trailer connectors, plug it in and done