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post #11 of 17 (permalink) Old 11-30-2012, 12:37 AM Thread Starter
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I found the problem, the bulb filiment broke off and shorted to the other filiments holder, the broken filiment was on the positive side and shorted to the blinker filiment side. Here's a pic.

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glad you found the problem...............now change the air in the tires

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Glasd it worksd out, sometimes the weirdest things end up being the simplest things.

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WHAT ??? But this bunch told me there was
I suppose I don't need to change the air in the tires either !!!



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I suppose I don't need to change the air in the tires either !!!
Well, you have to take out the winter air and put in summer air. Winter air is denser, so you don't want that in your tires during the hot months.
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glad you found the problem...............now change the air in the tires
I don't use air in my TIRES, and I don't use air in my inner tubes either. I perfer N2 over O2 as O2 has a tendency to leak out 3x's faster than N2. HAha the jokes on you.....

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This thread is a little dead, but I have a 2012 C50T. I wired in LED signals on front and rear. I do not have the load equalizer installed, so they have always blinked fast, but the signal indicator always turned off, when I turn of the signal. Now after riding today in a torrential downpour, the right indicator light is illuminated. Only slightly. I used shrink tubing and weather proof connectors. Any ideas out there?
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