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PostSubject: flasher lights...   flasher lights... Empty6/6/2010, 11:14 pm

i just bought a 05 and i took it for a cruise and noticed the front flasher lights stay lit, but the back ones don't...is this normal or do i need to do inspecting....when i turn on the flashers both front and back blink....


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PostSubject: Re: flasher lights...   flasher lights... Empty6/7/2010, 6:01 am

Your problem is hard to understand, in part due to your wording. Nothing should be continuously on. When you slide the switch to the left, both front and rear left side turn lights should blink, as well as the amber dash light. Likewise when you slide the switch to the right, only now the right side blinks.

Now, with the turn signal switch in the center position (off) and your key is on like you are getting ready to start your bike, BOTH the front 'signal' lights will be on (different filaments). The constant on of the fronts are your 'running' lights. Hope this helps. You can get additional information from the other forum when it comes back online. Gerry

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PostSubject: Re: flasher lights...   flasher lights... Empty6/7/2010, 6:41 am

the headlight and the front flashers and the tail light stay on constant? but not the rear flashers?
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PostSubject: Re: flasher lights...   flasher lights... Empty6/7/2010, 9:43 am

That is the way the lights are set-up. A few of us put a switch in to turn off the low beam. I do this only on the trails, with the thought that since I am going slow I could use a little more current going to charging the battery. On the street, lights on. I even have a pulsing high beam. Gerry

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PostSubject: Re: flasher lights...   flasher lights... Empty6/7/2010, 3:59 pm

its seems weird that the rear markers don't stay constant like the front....the picture above on the right is my bike... :thumb:
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PostSubject: Re: flasher lights...   flasher lights... Empty6/7/2010, 4:00 pm

what's the pulsing high beam for?
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