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bikergran

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bikergran says:

Fitting Indicator buzzer?

Hi all.. I have a yamaha 250 cc YBR. my friend has the same bike, at times she does leave her indicators on, anyway she has bought a buzzer for the indicators (about £3-00 from ebay)  the dealers want a minimum of £26 to fit it! which I believe is a 10 min job at the most, I myself am reasonably techno minded (yes even for a granny)!  and just wondering how easy/hrad it is to fit one of these buzzers?  any advice please ? :)

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bmwgs

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bmwgs says:

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i have never heard about any thing like that.  as most bike have a light on the dash that flashes like cars.

 

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jaffa90

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jaffa90 says:

buzzer

For £3 it should have 3 wires,2 same colour to connect to either front indicator wires (one left one right) also an earth black wire to connect to the bike frame.

I soldered mine inside the flashers because i think them scotch locks are savage.

Try Google for more info.

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