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post #1 of 9 (permalink) Old 05-18-2015, 03:50 PM Thread Starter
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help with signal lights

Hey guys, trying to figure out why the right side signal lights aren't working correctly on my girlfriend's '06 600 RR. Sometimes they'll flash correctly, and other they will just stay lit up; no flashing. Because I hate screwing around with plastics, before taking them off I took the switch apart and cleaned it out (a little gummed up but nothing wrong with mechanism itself or the contacts)

Where woukd you guys suggest I go next? Any spot in particular to look for relay, etc? Thanks.
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What signals are they? Led's/filaments?
Guessing you have OEM flasher relay because they are located in the gauge cluster.




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They are some kind of LED flush mount. I'm guessing the flashers are stock, the blink rate seems a little quick but nothing ridiculous... I'm stumped as to why it works intermittent though.
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Sounds like your flasher relay

Here is an easy fix. The OEM flasher is in your cluster.
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So that's all tucked away behind the Guage cluster?
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No the picture shown is behind the left mid fairing.




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So there is no relay that I can take out or replace?
I just read somewhere else that the relays for the signals are actually part of the printed circuit board in the Guage cluster?
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Yes they are integrated into the board on the cluster. It's easier and faster to swap them out for a single relay like shown. T




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I just wired up a relay under the left ram air cover on my 03, cost me like $8, soldered some spade connectors on and worked great.

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