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Anyone ever had there signal lights stay solid? They are solid on the front and back, is this mean my signal relay is gone? If so, anyone know where this relat is located on the bike?

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Anyone ever had there signal lights stay solid? They are solid on the front and back, is this mean my signal relay is gone? If so, anyone know where this relat is located on the bike?
Have you changed to leds? If you have you need resistors in your signals.
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16 hours ago, Samchez Gunteras said:

Can someone describe to me where the signal relay is? Ive hear its under the front head light cover but i coulsnt locate it. Help!

it should be attached to the left headlight ear.

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