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Hello. I think i fried or did something to the turning signal wires while installing a replacement. It was working and now it won't even turn on. Anyone have a clue what's wrong with it and how i can remedy this situation???
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Double check your wiring and the fuses.


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here are the pictures i've taken. if you are familiar with it, could you help me figure which one goes into which hole?
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Double check your wiring and the fuses.




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Signals. Black goes to the green wire.
White goes the orange or blue depending on the side. Blue with white tracer and orange with white tracer are not used. They are running lights.




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Okay, i've wired them correctly but it is still not flashing. I think i might have fired the fuse or did something. Because i just ordered these lights and they are not working. any suggestion on what to do next?
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If they turn on but dont blink then u need to do a resistor mod at each light... Look it up, common problem


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Pop your seat off and check the fuses.


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First check your fuse, then check that you have signals in the rear, and what your cluster is doing. Sounds like you blew a fuse. You can do a flasher relay mod over the resistors and not have to worry about them getting hot.

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Re: turn signals not working

I gotta fix this problem too... Ny right signals lights on nut don't flash gets stuck but if I do it a second time right after it flashes

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Is there a forum where it lists how to check for blown fuse and how to replace them? I am very new at this and need step by step instructions. I am positive I've blown the fuse because after I connected them like you said, there are no lights turning on rear or front.
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The fuses are under your seat by the battery. If you lift up the rear edges of the seat you will see a bolt on each side holding it on. Remove those two bolts and pull the seat back. Now just pop the cover off the fuse box and replace the appropriate one. The back of the cover will tell you which fuse is for the turn signals.


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Okay, here is the picture. can you point me out which one i need to take out??

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The fuses are under your seat by the battery. If you lift up the rear edges of the seat you will see a bolt on each side holding it on. Remove those two bolts and pull the seat back. Now just pop the cover off the fuse box and replace the appropriate one. The back of the cover will tell you which fuse is for the turn signals.


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also, how can you tell if the fuse is blown?
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Looks like you have an older bike. The 03-06 years should have the fuse box under the fairing.

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yep. like you pointed out, it was a blown fuse. checked the horn and stop light and it doesn't work either. i was looking at the wrong place. "The fuses are under your seat by the battery. If you lift up the rear edges of the seat you will see a bolt on each side holding it on. Remove those two bolts and pull the seat back. Now just pop the cover off the fuse box and replace the appropriate one. The back of the cover will tell you which fuse is for the turn signals." i didn't find it under my seat it was after taking my left fairing apart i found a fuse box. thanks though. how much are the new fuse thingys?
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Couple bucks at auto parts store. Fuse box is in different locations depending on the year RR. Next time note the year RR and it will help with troubleshooting.




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turn signals not working

All right. I got my fuse replaced and got my flushed turn signals, but when I connected them, they are not working. I have tested these turn signals with a battery and they are working fine. Any idea? The person that I ordered these turn signals think that there is something wrong with my wiring. When I turn on the turn signal, my rear ones show up fine. It's just when I try to connect these, they don't light up at all.


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By the way, I have Honda 2006 cbr600rr.


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Nvm. I need to learn how to read directions better


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I just got my 2006 cbr600rr home to find out that my left side turning signals dont work, light up or anything but when i do switch them on, my headlight and taillight dim as if they were trying to blink like the turning signal should be. What should i check or should i do to fix this?
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Most likely your flasher relay.

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Thanks, ill try that out
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Well I went in to check the relay and everything looks good but upon further inspection I found out the problem was at the front left turning signal itself. The 2 wires that connect to the light were exposed and touching, took it apart slipped some electrical tape in between them, slapped it all back together... BAM! All signals working! Lol
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Good job on that. Surprised you didn't blow a fuse with it touching. T




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I know, right? But hey thanks, i wouldnt have found out about it without checking the relay and wiggling the wire that went to the signal.
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