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Old 10-04-2004, 08:43 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I was wondering if anyone knew the color scheme for the front right turn signal on a 1997 Honda CBR 600 F3. because my casing for the light keeps on melting, and when i tried changing the wiring my headlight stopped working and now my turn signal only lights up one its wired one way but doesnt work when you press the right turn signal, and vice versa when itz wired another way. Sorry if it sounds confusing, THANKS.
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Hey, sorry I have a problem too with lights on my f3.. Check all the wiring and wipe off any corrosion or excess crap that is on the ends of the wires.
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You arnt trying to use led lights are you?
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ttt... I'm having the same problem, but with ALL my blinkers. Really it's an F2 with F3 bodywork, should still apply though. If anyone can answer this you'd be helping several poeple out. Thanks!
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I was wondering if anyone knew the color scheme for the front right turn signal on a 1997 Honda CBR 600 F3. because my casing for the light keeps on melting, and when i tried changing the wiring my headlight stopped working and now my turn signal only lights up one its wired one way but doesnt work when you press the right turn signal, and vice versa when itz wired another way. Sorry if it sounds confusing, THANKS.
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