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post #1 of 12 (permalink) Old 01-23-2013, 04:14 PM Thread Starter
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Default 2011 mjackpot turnsignal problem

I added the LEDs front and rear. Along with the MBM load equalizer box. What I see is the turnsignals blick normal for the right and left, and the Hazard lights work normal - BUT when I use the right or left turnsignal, the speedo display has BOTH arrows blinking - like the hazards are on. So, if I use the left TS, both arrows blink, If I use the right, both arrows blink.

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I added the LEDs front and rear. Along with the MBM load equalizer box. What I see is the turnsignals blick normal for the right and left, and the Hazard lights work normal - BUT when I use the right or left turnsignal, the speedo display has BOTH arrows blinking - like the hazards are on. So, if I use the left TS, both arrows blink, If I use the right, both arrows blink.

Anyone know the answer ?

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I know you said the blinkers work fine for both left and right. Did you check to make sure they work fine in the front as well as in the back?

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Yes, I turn on the left TS - The left front and rear blink. Both arrows blink. I turn on the Right TS and the front and rear blink, both arrows blink

I am going out right now and cutting the MBW load eq loose and see what happens.

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Yes, I turn on the left TS - The left front and rear blink. Both arrows blink. I turn on the Right TS and the front and rear blink, both arrows blink

I am going out right now and cutting the MBW load eq loose and see what happens.

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Yeah, you might not need them in the first place, as I believe your bike comes with LED turn signals (but I'm not positive). The hazard indicator could be telling you that one of your bulbs is out. This can be a side-effect of the equalizers. Try it without.

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Nope, I cut the two yellow LE wires and the TS blink super fast now. Both right and left work as they should AND both arrows on the display still blink together.

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Anyone have these LEDs on a 2011 or 12 and they work as they should ?
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I have the same problem with my incandescents, the signals work fine. I just assumed when they put everything back together at the shop, the contacts were touching somewhere or something was being jumped in a place like the back of the headlight or the ecm needed to be flashed or reset. Haven't really dug into the problem but have been riding with it for weeks.

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Ok, here is where I am at now....

1. I disconnected the LR-10 load equalizer. the TS still worked, but flashed real fast. The TS indicators STILL both flashed together.
2. Left the lr-10 disconnected, then disconnected the FRONT led Turnsignals. The backs still worked , but the two arrows still flashed together.
3. I hooked the front TS LEDS back up along with the LR-10 load Eq and the TS blink slower now, but the two arrow indicators still blink fast together...

Now this is all done with the Bike on ( NOT running ) and the red start button on the on position.

I may pull the flasher and replace it and see what happens.

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I am now looking over the wiring diagram for my 2011 JP with the shop manual and it shows 1 wire ( db/vt ) from the flasher going to pin 6 on the speedometer. Pin 6 calls it flasher indicator out. This is what lights up the two arrows. So one wire, has to flash both arrows !!! Right

now I am beginning to believe that there never was a separate TS arrow indicator for left or right, that both arrows always flashed together, whether you were turning left or right.

am I right ? I have not had this bike long enought to ever notice if there was a single arrow flashing !

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This has to be correct ! Look at my 2011 manual that came with the bike.....

I was thinking like a cars TS -they have separate turn indicators. This Jackpot obviousily has two arrows that flash together.

Am I right on target !!
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