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11-07-2015, 06:49 PM,
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Possible short on rear indicators?
Here's my problem. 2007 650 Classic.All of my lights went out the other day. Head, front turn signals and rear turn signals. Brake light still worked when applied.

Replaced all the fuses, no change. Unplugged the wiring from the tail and rear signals and the front lights would work. Plug the rears back in and the head and fronts would short out.

After some testing, I bypassed the rear signals at the battery and connected only the tail. Now I've got at least my brake light, head and front signals. That being said, the signals themselves don't work. I have the orange lights but they don't signal when prompted.

The right front bulb is out. Would that make the signals themselves not work?

This is my first bike and I'm a little in over my head.
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11-07-2015, 08:36 PM, (This post was last modified: 11-07-2015, 08:40 PM by pauli466.)
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RE: Possible short on rear indicators?
(11-07-2015, 06:49 PM)ShaneRiordan Wrote: Here's my problem. 2007 650 Classic.All of my lights went out the other day. Head, front turn signals and rear turn signals. Brake light still worked when applied.

Replaced all the fuses, no change. Unplugged the wiring from the tail and rear signals and the front lights would work. Plug the rears back in and the head and fronts would short out.

After some testing, I bypassed the rear signals at the battery and connected only the tail. Now I've got at least my brake light, head and front signals. That being said, the signals themselves don't work. I have the orange lights but they don't signal when prompted.

The right front bulb is out. Would that make the signals themselves not work?

This is my first bike and I'm a little in over my head.
the brake light works alone ( no relays) the rest of the lights go thru the flasher/relay,i think its hanging on the right side of the battery. new flasher relays are expensive, so try get one on e-bay i'v seen em for 20.00 yamaha had the bright idea of incorporating a relay into the flasher unit. which stinks imo.
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05-22-2016, 04:51 PM,
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RE: Possible short on rear indicators?
Did you check the fuse ?
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