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Right blinker not working

Left blinker works fine,right side doesn t work at all.

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  • jlawtry Aug 28, 2008

    My lights work,the right blinker willnot blink. Sometimes when I turn right on the left will blink sometimes.

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This is generally a loose or broken ground wire that causes this. It could also be in the switch, you can test the switch by pulling the **** shell apart exposing the switch, and using a piece of wire, jumper across the connection wires. If you can get the signal to light this way, then it's a faulty switch. It doesn't need to blink when jumpering it, just light up.

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    Ryan Rogers Aug 29, 2008

    O.K. This is going to be in the blinker relay. Your bike has a relay that allows the signals to blink same as a car. In your post you said the right didn't work at all, so you can see how I interpreted that as no lights. I don't have the bike in front of me, so you have to be clear on the problem. Change the relay and it should work fine.

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