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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 10-11-2007, 12:17 PM Thread Starter
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good news not !

well i have now found my problem with the horn, and pass light not working due to some chump fiddling with the swith gear and not putting it back right!

now the biggest prob i have is, i did a full check of my indicaters and have come to the conclusion that the relay in the clocks of my 04 bike is dead :headscrat . The prob is now can i get it repaired or will honda charge me loads of cash for a new one ????

any help welcome cheers adam
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post #2 of 6 (permalink) Old 10-11-2007, 12:29 PM
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I am not understanding what you mean. You have a bad relay? You can simply replace it.

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how ???

the relay is built into the pcb in the clocks e.g the speedo and rev counter housing !!! im in the u.k and im going by the checks on a haynes manual (dont know if you guys get them there ?) but i followed the checks and it says the indicator relay is the fault and i need to replace the pcb !

i got a quote for one from a breake rand they want £170 ouch !
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If worse comes to worse just buy a new cluster.
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i will have to but its alotta money :(


p.s. thx for moving the thread i realised i had posted in the wrong place ooops !
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please help has anyone else experienced a relay failure and had to replace the clocks or is there a way to bypass it ????
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