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post #1 of 9 (permalink) Old 06-20-2011, 09:31 PM Thread Starter
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Taillight/Blinkers not working!

The other day I installed hyperflo exhaust and put the fender eliminator kit on and it was working perfectly. Today the blinkers stopped working and the brake lights were still working but eventually the brake lights stopped working all together, it doesnt even turn on. When i turn the blinkers on the blinkers dont even show up on the panel. I'm not sure what is going on. The exhaust burned the wires but i rewired everything i know they are wired correctly.
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Blown fuse.....




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Ahh, Thanks Tripage.
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Ok so the blinkers work now but the tail light only works when i'm pressing the brakes. The tail light and license plate light only work when the brakes are compressed when they should be on and when i press the brakes the tail light should light up brighter. I'm stumped on this one i rewired it like 4 times with butt connectors.
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The tail lights are LED lights.
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You must have it wired up incorrectly...

What wires do you have going where?
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You need to switch your brake and running light wires around.




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I thought i wired it correctly and double checked about 3 times but i'll check again and let you guys know, thanks for the responses.
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Figured it out! I didn't realize the running lights fuse was seperate from the taillight/brakes. So i had that one blown as well. Thanks everyone for the help and for future reference, The Running lights fuse is seperate from taillight/brake light fuse! I have an 09 CBR600RR ABS.
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