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|10-21-2019 04:58 PM|
Ehhh...it happens all the time. Someone gets sweet new led turn signals. After install they realize no Blinky and decide to fix it later. Later never comes.....
I've bought 2 bikes with that exact problem.
|10-21-2019 04:54 PM|
|justbreathe||Sounds like the new battery fixed your issue. Keep in mind, a trickle charger is only meant to maintain a charge during storage, not enough juice to charge a dead battery. Should probably check that the alternator is producing more than >14VDC at the battery while its running. Hard to imagine that the previous owner had been riding with non-blinking turn signals. Still, could be a bad relay.|
|10-09-2019 07:38 PM|
|Roberts||When you turn your bike off use the key and not the kill switch, people tend to leave the key in and on when using the switch which kills the battery|
|10-09-2019 07:32 PM|
|Kennylxix||Thats true only if he's not going to be using it much or only driving very short distances. With normal use the battery tender is kind of redundant.|
|10-09-2019 07:26 PM|
Originally Posted by nicknick43 View Post
|10-03-2019 11:18 PM|
|iahawk||yep, when I first installed my LED turn signal bulbs they just went on solid until I swapped out the relay|
|10-03-2019 10:35 AM|
|Kennylxix||Depending on the overall current draw they will make the flasher faster or not work at all leaving the lights stuck on.|
|10-03-2019 10:29 AM|
Originally Posted by Kennylxix View Post
|10-03-2019 07:58 AM|
You can pickup a solid state flasher relay. They are designed to fix the issue.
|10-03-2019 01:21 AM|
|nicknick43||Thank you. Picked up a new battery and so far so good on that end. Yeah I think they're Led. The previous owner(s) also diy fender elim so I'm not sure if that could have something to do with it. Would be good to have a blinking light I think though.|
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