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Ď19 ST Flasher Relay

Can anyone tell me where the turn signal flasher relay is located on the 2019 Street Twin? It makes no noise when working and I canít seem to locate it under either side cover. Thanks.
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It's a fully electronic unit that's built into either the ECU or the instrument cluster and not a separate part.

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Bugger. I was hoping that might be a fix for the fast flash I now have with new led. I've done the type 2 3 4 thing, no luck.

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Flash rate is adjustable through its four different settings via the info button.
From memory you hold the info button down prior to turning on the ignition with the red run button in the run position and watch the dash for the settings to appear then release the button and then use it to cycle through the different speed settings.


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Like I said, I tried it. Don't work

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If it’s not triumph led indicators your using and none of the 4 modes work for you, try buying led indicator resistors and hard wire them in between the indicators and the wiring harness.. then try the different modes to get one that works
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Nah. To much work for no real reward. I'm done with that headlight bucket for a while, don't enjoy getting in there. But thanks for the input

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Thanks for the info, Tripletotwin. I had hoped to install a Kisan signal minder, but that's not going to work.
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I am planning on purchasing Motogadget LED indicators for my 2018 street twin. Since the relay is a fully electronic unit, will I need to install resistors?

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I am assuming that it is a fully electronic unit like the 2019 Street twin


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Nah. To much work for no real reward. I'm done with that headlight bucket for a while, don't enjoy getting in there. But thanks for the input

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