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Turn Signal flasher location

Can anyone tell me where the turn signal flasher is located on the bike and if possible what part number it is.

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Pull the left lower chrome cover that covers the coolant tank. the relay is under there along with fuse block assy. . Sorry don't have the part number . Z.T.

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the lower left chrome cover? the one by the drive shaft?

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lol that **** fastener was making me pissed i thought it was stripped. Ok i have gotten everything apart but i am still unable to locate the flasher am i bind?

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It is not the normal flasher unit you are used to. It is long and thin and has other things built in too. About 1/2"x 1/2" x 2"

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I chose to remove the two wires that went into the combined flasher and side stand switch relay and put in a two wire LED flasher. Not a hard job, but you have to know which wires to remove... a manual will show you which ones to use.

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Where can i get a manual for the bike i love wrenching so the book will be helpful.

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Stealer for OEM and online manual seller,....google is your friend.
and clymers from them online or a motorcycle supply store (may hafta order there to)

don't know the year of your bike but also can get the DL of the "pink book".
Tho I am not sure if it covers 2006 and up.



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Hey thanks allot this is the reason i love this site the help overwhelming. I think i will pick up a Clymer as the Suzuki one is a bit out of my price range.

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