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Hey guys I?ve got a problem with my right turn signal I bought 2 new turn signals and I hooked up the left one and works fine but when I tried to hook up the right turn signal it doesn?t work but I know it works cause I hooked it up to the left side and it worked fine but I don?t think the right side positive wire is reviveing power I took off the bullet connector to tie the 2 positives together and nothing could anyone know the fix to this problem? Update I tried to install the turn signal on the right front of the bike and when you switch the key to on the turn signal automatically comes on without moving the indicator switch so basically the back right turn signal doesn?t even come on and the front right turns on without me moving anything and doesn?t turn off PLEASEE HELP!!!

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These are the connections for the right side turn signal
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Plus when you turn the blinker left or right the battery makes this weird buzzing noise but only when it?s in the left or right position
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It seems you are having a problem with your headlight and the turn signals so after you take the very short time to do a proper introduction, as previously requested by another member, I would check and clean the ignition switch and all connections for the lights. Neither is very difficult. More information is available by using the "Search" option.

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Those blue splice connectors in your pic aren't very reliable. I'd redo those, a plain old twist n tape is better. The blue thingies work, until they don't.

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Those blue splice connectors in your pic aren't very reliable. I'd redo those, a plain old twist n tape is better. The blue thingies work, until they don't.
So after removing the blue spice connector will the turn signal work cause currently its not coming on like its not getting power but its only on the right rear turn signal

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It seems you are having a problem with your headlight and the turn signals so after you take the very short time to do a proper introduction, as previously requested by another member, I would check and clean the ignition switch and all connections for the lights. Neither is very difficult. More information is available by using the "Search" option.
And alright I will post a proper introduction after Ive finished trying to fix this turn signal been working on it for a couple hours now to no avail

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