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    flasher module

    My flasher module is knackered on my 1584 dyna and H.D want a small fortune for a new one is there a way to bypass this - my indicators don`t work on one side.There is power going into the unit but nothing coming out

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    Re: flasher module

    Check fuses, blown bulbs & earths before spending.HTH.

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    Re: flasher module

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    Re: flasher module

    Quote Originally Posted by georgetat2 View Post
    My flasher module is knackered
    Probably not. I doubt that the TSSM sends an individual signal to the left and right side indicators. Check all of the above ...

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    Re: flasher module

    Quote Originally Posted by Fast Lane View Post
    Probably not. I doubt that the TSSM sends an individual signal to the left and right side indicators. Check all of the above ...
    thanks guy`s

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    Re: flasher module

    From memory the flasher module has separate outputs for left and right sides - so if you've checked all the bulbs, earths and cleaned pin connections into back of unit (this caught me out once) then it might be the module itself. They are a fortune to replace - try Badlands replacement units instead.

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    Re: flasher module

    motogadget do one around £70

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    Re: flasher module

    Quote Originally Posted by dodgyloner View Post
    From memory the flasher module has separate outputs for left and right sides - so if you've checked all the bulbs, earths and cleaned pin connections into back of unit (this caught me out once) then it might be the module itself. They are a fortune to replace - try Badlands replacement units instead.
    Thanks looking like it is the module - getting it tested on a friends bike this week

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    Re: flasher module

    You may find the module is registered in the ECU, I've had an issue with the alarm on a 2011 sporty and tried swopping the turn module with another used one but the alarm went off all the time. Put the original module back in and the alarm has the original fault, bike is of to my local indy who has the equipment to test the system.
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