Hi guys this is my first post on this forum so let start off by saying hi
Now for my problem. I just bought an abused 92 GSXR 750. Trying to work out the bugs on it and I've got an interesting one. When I bought the bike the knuckle head had to put blinkers on it to make it street legal. He added LED's to the rear and put the stock lights back on the front. I believe that the turn signals worked correct when I got the bike but then they started working erratic so I figured it was the LED's mixed with the stock lights. I changed the fronts to LED also. What I ended up with was all 4 lights light up at the same time no matter if the switch is turned to the left or the right. I thought it was the flasher so I changed it out for a IC flasher. What I have now is all 4 lights flashing at the same time like they are in hazard mode. Also my turn signal indicator light does not work now. Checked the bulb and it is good. Also possibly related or not my high and low beam indicator also is not working now. Anyone ever seen anything like this? Anyone have a legible wiring diagram for the 92 750? Thanks in advance for any help you can give. Jason
Ok checked out the wiring diagram and the two sides are linked through the indicator bulb. Pull the bulb and they work normal any ideas?
Assuming that the wiring diagram is correct (i.e. there is a single turn indicator light that is connect to the green/black wires which power the right/left turn signals), this circuit will work correctly only when the indicator light's resistance is much higher than the turn signals' resistance. This is not the case when you run LED turn signals, since they have high resistance/low current draw.
Had Suzuki put in 2 indicator lights then using an IC flasher would have solved your problem...
You can either remove the indicator light as you did, or revert back to normal turn signals (non LED) front and rear. You could add resistors in parallel to the turn signals, but this is more hassle than it's worth.