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post #1 of 8 (permalink) Old 12-20-2012, 06:38 PM Thread Starter
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Turn signals not getting break-light

On the back of the bike shown here

When using the turn signals the right works fine the left acts like its missing leds in side of it and or the transistor is bad going to the the break light/ turn-signals
in the following picture the transistor on the left gets super hot burnt my fingers after doing this short 20 sec video.
Any help will be great.
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http://s288.beta.photobucket.com/use...0602A.mp4.html link to the video of what it is doing wrong
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I would fix the flash rate with a relay and get rid of the resistors. It's the best way to do this and you don't have to worry about heat.

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Then I would check out the left signal as it looks like some of the led's are not working. Going by the color wires it's a CA taillight. Get another one. They are pretty cheap right now. Not worth opening it up to fix it.




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so look for a flash relay? im going threw all the wires make sure there all in the right spot i did not hook this up this way i bought it like that jus double checking everything
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when i untie from the resisstor the left signal works fine but the fuse blows
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Just remove the resistors and put the yellow wire on the orange. Other yellow on the blue and tape up the green wires. Those are grounds and you don't need them.

Get a relay and do it right.

Transistor is bad in the taillight that is why the red isn't turning off.




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found out that one transister is bad i hooked it up to the other one next to works fine. undid the back break spring light whent off so now everything works but the back brake light when depressed
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The big white things are sandstone resistors. Transistors are inside the taillight lens.

You can adjust the tension on the brake switch, just turn the plastic to put less tension on the spring so it's not always on the brake.




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