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Old 03-12-2018, 12:40 PM
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Light Issues

I have a chopper and my running, turn signal lights will not work. Bulbs are good and it only has 1 flasher relay. Brake light on top of license frames comes on but led wont brighten. I am new to this and am looking for help to understand how to make work.
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You are saying that you have one of the older units with an analog flasher and wire filament bulbs? You should have no problem troubleshooting that..Use your volt meter to see if you have a steady 12v. to one side of the flasher and pulsing 12v. coming out of it......the pulsing side goes right to the bulb. Running lights are just tied into the headlight and tail light circuit, so if your headlight is on you should have running lights also..if you have all L.E.D. bulbs then hope you don't have a control module that you are not seeing some where..that some what makes trouble shooting use less..On your brake light is it the same bulbs that go from dim to bright
(tail to brake) if so then you do have some kind of module. the circuitry controls the voltage.

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you will need a special flasher to run LED's
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