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So I was trying to change the main fairing on the left side of my bike, whatever it's called, and I disconnected the left front turn signal like I was supposed to. Well, upon reconnecting the signal, I tested it out and it didn't work, no light whatsoever. However, the rear signal lit up, but didn't blink; the same for the indicator on the dash. The right side works perfectly fine. Any ideas on what this could be? any help would be appreciated. Thanks.
 

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Thanks for responding. I've done that a few times. I actually tried the bulb that was in the left one, in the right side and it did the same thing as the left side. I'm assuming it's the bulb, however there's no reason why it would just die all of the sudden. Thanks again.
 

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If the other globes on the same side are staying on, it should mean the globe is blown.
 

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i had that problem when i dropped my bike.. had to replace the bulb in the one that wouldn't light up


i have a messed up turn signal that i taped up with boxing tape from the inside. it was a pretty good ****** rigged patch job if i do say so myself... i just need to tighten up the wire so the turn signal doesn't point at a bit of an angle
 

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Interesting stuff. Thanks folks, I'm gonna try to find a bulb that matches the stock bulbs, I might have to have one ordered from the kawasaki dealer in town as I don't trust myself to order the right one. Thanks for the help.
 

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Wait. These arent stock blinkers you were putting back on? If thats the case is the resistance load has changed their for you stock flasher relay will not operate properly. This causing your blinking problem. Much like led blinkers require a resister to be included
 
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