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My back rear signal wasn't working. Bike had been lowered and I could see the wires were bare. I pulled the harness down found the issue wired it up tested and all signals worked. I taped it up zip tied it up under the fender. Thought I heard a pop from up front but ignored it. Test signals again and now neither on the right side work. Neither front nor back. I checked the fuses and they were fine. What am I missing?

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My back rear signal wasn't working. Bike had been lowered and I could see the wires were bare. I pulled the harness down found the issue wired it up tested and all signals worked. I taped it up zip tied it up under the fender. Thought I heard a pop from up front but ignored it. Test signals again and now neither on the right side work. Neither front nor back. I checked the fuses and they were fine. What am I missing?

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Something cross connected or went to ground. Possibly fried your ACM.:(
 

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From what I found on searches I am figuring the ACM. Especially since I heard a pop from that area.

So you will probably be seeing an order come in soon. I am gonna rip all that wiring out first and rewire it then see what works and doesn't first.
 

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Something cross connected or went to ground. Possibly fried your ACM.:(
Correct ! thumb up

Any, and I mean even the briefest of a short will fry the uber sensitive ACM ! Say goodbye to $250....
 

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Open it up, it may only have a damaged copper track on the board. Resolder it, but fix the fault first.
Sealed unit...can't repair. Tried figuring ways of dissolving the epoxy without damaging the rest of the electronics....so far...no luck.
 

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