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Old 10-02-2012, 10:56 AM   #1
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HELP no signals!

Hey guys i have a problem i have a yamaha r1 2007 and i was riding yesterday and i recognized that my signals stopped working. I checked the fuse in the front were it said signals and it seems to be okay...but its kinda weird that all the signals stopped working at the same time not even the signal indicators next to the speedometer are working can somebody help or does anybody have an idea what it could be? Did i miss something? Any help I am thankful for!!!!
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Hey guys i have a problem i have a yamaha r1 2007 and i was riding yesterday and i recognized that my signals stopped working. I checked the fuse in the front were it said signals and it seems to be okay...but its kinda weird that all the signals stopped working at the same time not even the signal indicators next to the speedometer are working can somebody help or does anybody have an idea what it could be? Did i miss something? Any help I am thankful for!!!!
Alot of times the fuse looks ok when it is actually burned out? Did you replace it anyway?
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No i did not replace it but are the front and the rear on one fuse? I will replace it when i get of off work...its just really weird that all 6 of them are out...
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turn signals are one fuse. If the fuse is good, it could be that the relay went out.
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I Replaced the Fuse in the front...still not working... You think that all 6 light bulbs are "broken"? At the same time? The switch could be have to check that out...thanks
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Just take them off i dont have them. Most people dont even look at you
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alright just to finnish this up...it was the electric flasher relay that failed i replaced it and everything is working again...thanks to all..
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Didn't you just install an alarm as well?
Does the alarm flash the turn signals?
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