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06 turnsignals solid

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I have a weird issue, the turnsignals where operating correctly. then one day nothing changed the signals just light up and do not flash. Where is the relay located?
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Hey
I have a weird issue, the turnsignals where operating correctly. then one day nothing changed the signals just light up and do not flash. Where is the relay located?

Do you have stock turn signals ? if so , stock turn signal has running/turn singal . which it is dual filament . my guess is shorted bulb .

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I have LED with an intergrater kit, I will need to add some resitance or a different relay to the bike.:icon_stud
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thanks I read that and may try it
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just tried the resistors are still solid state I will try the relay kit now
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Resistors have to be the right size and wired correctly to work. What size did you use? T




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tripage is right , resistors has to be run in parallel circuit . not series

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I did some more research and your correct

http://led.linear1.org/led.wiz


has a calculator but have not got to it yet, I do not know the led count in my rear integrator kit


What a pain


has anyone else done this and taken out the hard work??
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added 100 ohm in a parallel circuit works GREAT
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