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Hi guys I'm Danny.
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I was just fitting my fender eliminator. And was wondering as I was wiring it all something went Wrong and my indicators front and rear are not working and also my rear light isn't working. Fronts lights working and break light still working. Is this a fuse I have blown? Any help would be great. Thanks a lot.
 

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Hi guys I'm Danny.
New to the forum.
I was just fitting my fender eliminator. And was wondering as I was wiring it all something went Wrong and my indicators front and rear are not working and also my rear light isn't working. Fronts lights working and break light still working. Is this a fuse I have blown? Any help would be great. Thanks a lot.
yo danny
what happens when you put the indicators on?
if the indicators turn on but stay constantly on - either the wiring is incorrect or the indicators have too high resistance (or too low)
the rear light (im guessing you mean the plate light) should have no problems working at all..are you using LED's? check the wiring connection again. make sure the correct wires are twisted or soldered together and the opposite connections arent touching (use electrical tape to separate them)

if you blew a fuse, it is quite easy to fix
look in the manual how to access your battery and fuse box, it's a few screws and allen keys on the side of the riders seat
there are a set of about 10-15 SPARE FUSES (pretty sure around that many i counted) next to the fuse box under the seat
if one looks blown, change that **** out!
 
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