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NHALL97
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PostPosted: 19:28 - 09 Feb 2024    Post subject: Need Help With Indicator Issue Please, Im new and need help Reply with quote

Hi i am brand new to riding, from the uk recently passed my cbt and bought myself a lexmoto isca 125 euro.

All was going well for a week and now the left side of bike indicators are flashing very dimly without them even being turned on, if i turn them on they go full brightness but continue to blink dimly when switched off.

I have turned hazards on and off to see if that fixes but nope. I have turned right indicators on but no fix.

I have took out relay switch and put it back in but no fix.

The dash says im indicating when they are off as well but still flashing dim.

What could be the issue please help me im very new to this.
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Nobby the Bastard
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PostPosted: 19:40 - 09 Feb 2024    Post subject: Reply with quote

I suspect that something is using the indicator as a path to earth. That means an earth is fucked somewhere else.
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NHALL97
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PostPosted: 19:48 - 09 Feb 2024    Post subject: Reply with quote

how would i go about finding out if it is that? sorry im so new to this.
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WD Forte
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PostPosted: 22:25 - 10 Feb 2024    Post subject: Reply with quote

Don't create two identical threads in two forum areas for starters
its a fucking workshop issue not a newbie one.
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