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:(ok tried to jump my 93 1500 off today with a battery charger and blew a few fuses got all the fuses changed and everything working EXCEPT the signal lights will not got off when u push the signal light button and also they dont go off automatic either any Ideals the only way that i can get them off it to push it a little bit toward the signal that is off.

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Check the fuses again, this happened me onc and I blew the big 65a backup fuse and some others (3 I think) and I found another blown one when I started the bike and the 4 signals stayed on together! I don't have my manual until tonight when I get back from the north so I will check it again then.
 

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I did blow the big 65a fuse also I have checked the fuses two or three times unless I am missing one some where and the way it looks thst could easley be done LOL but I am going on a ride today and I will check them again today if you have any more sugestions on this please let me know

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Fuses number 2 & 10 for starters. Also number 8. If these are okay the the signals cancelling unit may be blown (its under the steering stem). Its unlikely that the wheel sped sensor is blown or the speedo wouldn't register so concentrate on the signals unit test. You will need to get to the connector blocks holder under the left side lower fairing panel, Honda say to remove the panel but I can get to the connector by just undoing the screws and pulling it down a small bit and leaving the lower cowl connected.

Disconect the 6 pin brown connector and at the bike side of teh connector (main loom side), check the following with the ignition on;

White/green wire - voltage should register as this is the feed.

Turn signal on (right of left) - check Pink wire for continuity which should be there. With turn signal buton pushed in there should be no continuity. Nowdo the same check on the Light Green/White wire and you should get the opposite results.

Ignition on, spin the front wheel slowly and check the White/Black wire. You should get a pulse up to 10 volts (11 or 12 is okay as well).

Now re-connectthe connector block to check the cancel output.Check the Blue/Black wire and operate the turn signal left or right, you should get NO voltage. Pushing the turn signal switch should see voltage appear. This is the crucial check for your problem. If thistest proves bad then its a new cancel switch.
 

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i dont have a digital speedometer so do i check it just like u told me too my bike is a 1993 aspicade

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It doesn't matter if you don't have a digital speedo, the pulses get picked up from the speedometer so you will still get a pulse at the speed sensor wire.
 

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Thanks to u both i will start checking things out in a couple of days and let u all know the results

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Roger
 
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