Indicators


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lumpycamm
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Indicators

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:D Afternoon Docs I am new to the wing as I bought a deceased friends outfit ,its a 1999 Se with a double sidecar attached .My problem is the self cancelling mechanism is no good ( has been squashed in the past) I have replaced the left switch block now the hazard lights work and proves the circuit to all lights which work .
Is it possible to bypass the self cancelling unit so I can operate the indicators manually, if this is possible which wires need to be bridged ?
All assistance will help as I would like to start using the wing on long trips with the chair attached.
Lumpycamm in Perth Western Australia :)



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Re: Indicators

Post by newday777 »

Howdy lumpycamm
Welcome to the wing world.

Finding someone who has reworked the wiring will be most likely impossible.

You were not clear if the indicators were working, or not, in your post. Are the indicators working? :?:

The cancel unit #2 is still available new from Honda, see pictures, plus there will be many available used from parts breaker yards and on eBay.
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Re: Indicators

Post by Erdeniz Umman »

This can be an alternative for bypassing the self canceling unit.
C90 is behind the left side fairing, and it is a 6 pin brown connector.
You will need 1 normally open and 1 normally closed relay and make the connections according to the drawing.
Then you may remove the self canceling unit.
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thanks for the information gents but have sourced a new unit from a Honda dealer for a good price
:D :)

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1975 CB750 K5 Planet Blue 7,800 miles

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1999A Restored from PO neglect & sold at 19,000 miles

1999SE Totaled by cager at 105,000 miles

Re: Indicators

Post by newday777 »

What 'new unit' ?
lumpycamm wrote:
Wed Feb 13, 2019 7:03 am
thanks for the information gents but have sourced a new unit from a Honda dealer for a good price
:D :)

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Re: Indicators

Post by lumpycamm »

Hi newday the unit #2 that you mentioned in your reply, thanks for the help



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