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Post by Yaartbrak on 29th June 2010, 13:12

Hi Guys and Girls my wife has a 2005 650GS, this last weekend her indicator started acting up, if she uses the button to indicate left it works fine even cancells fine, when pressing the button for right, sometimes it works and other times it doesnt, so the question do you think the problem could be inside the turn signal where it is not making contact or something more serious?

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Post by Sias on 29th June 2010, 13:44

Yup my bike's done the same and had to open up the indicator switch twice now to fix it (bike's only two and a half years old!). First time it was a loose wire so I had to solder it. Second time I believe the spring pressing down the piece of copper inside the switch onto the (wat do you call it?) terminals? Was a bit rusted and didn’t function properly. Took everything apart, gave it a good clean and a bit of Q20. Next time I’ll just squirt a bit of Q20 in there to see wat happens. Might attract some dust but we’ll see.

Be very careful as there are two very smal bearing balls which are spring loaded. They’re very easy to loose.
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Post by Yaartbrak on 29th June 2010, 14:10

Thanks Sias,

Will have a look this evening!


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