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Ok, I know this is a beat up subject, I have searched the board for a couple of days now trying to find an answer. I just bought a 04 from a coworker, it has led signals all the way around, and none of them work, I have checked the fuses and they are good. When I start the bike the turn signals on the cluster flash, but they dont come on at all. I am new to this, this is my first bike and before I start tearing it down, I wanted to know what should I be looking for. I know a little about electrical and mechanical. I have built a few cars up in the past. Thanks alot guys
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Fuses are ok then it might be the wiring connections or the turn signal relay



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SUSPENSION, TURN SIGNAL RELAY (Honda Code 1719277) (MITSUBA) 3 $1.83



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you have leds on all four. you need resistors bro.
its flashing at a super duper speed. resistors will fix that problem.






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Thanks MOEMAN, I am going to go check the relay right now. Is the replacement $1.38, if so I will just change it but I am going to take apart the front end now and check everything out. Thanks again. I will post up with the results here shortly.
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Slaps, they dont even flash...theres nothing. But I got a led signal relay on the way to take care of that. thanks bro
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Slaps, they dont even flash...theres nothing. But I got a led signal relay on the way to take care of that. thanks bro
cool. hopefully that fixes your problem if its not the relay moe suggested previously.

in most cases you wont see it flashing, when it actually is indeed flashing.
i know my greggs was like this. but sounds like you got a plan. let us know how works out w/ the led relay.






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i just installed my yestuday and the led comes out but stays on and wont flash... the dash light does the same..so would the relay fix the problem ????
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i just installed my yestuday and the led comes out but stays on and wont flash... the dash light does the same..so would the relay fix the problem ????
You need resistors or this http://www.customled.com/PRODUCTS/FL...sher_relay.htm
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or go to local cyclegear...they got some resistors...

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i just installed my yestuday and the led comes out but stays on and wont flash... the dash light does the same..so would the relay fix the problem ????
are all your turn signal lights leds?






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i am having an issue with turn signals as well. i have hotbodies front and ca integrated tail. i orderd a relay from custom led a while back but used the resistors that came with the tail light.

Everything worked perfact for a few days then they started staying solid! soon as i touched the wires they started flashing again so i re wired figuring it was a bad connection but they just stayed solid. i looked at the resistors and one end of each was broke off so i left it like that. started driving and got about an hour down the road and they started flashing normal! i found this strange since the resistors were not connected, now they just randomly work every now an then! anyways sorry for the long post just wanted to share this because i found it strange. im gonnna ditch the resistors and install the relay

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