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Again trying to help a friend with issues incountered while at Myrtle beach bike rally. He has a 08 streetglide, his key light came on and his rear signal lights don't work, but the front signal lights come on however the right signal don't blink. I cleared his code to see if it came back, which it did. The code was b1122 (TSM) Right Turn Signal Out put Fault. I cleared it again and the key light stays off as long as he doesn't hit the turn signal switch~~~~any ideas?
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Again trying to help a friend with issues incountered while at Myrtle beach bike rally. He has a 08 streetglide, his key light came on and his rear signal lights don't work, but the front signal lights come on however the right signal don't blink. I cleared his code to see if it came back, which it did. The code was b1122 (TSM) Right Turn Signal Out put Fault. I cleared it again and the key light stays off as long as he doesn't hit the turn signal switch~~~~any ideas?
Check the bulbs first. If no issues there, you just have to trace the harness. You are looking for a loose coupling in the harness,a pinched wire, rubbed insulation or anything that might cause a short.

Has he changed anything recently on the bike? Bars, seat, grips, etc? Any time you move the wiring around, you can end up pinching something.

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We swaped bulbs around and they were all good, he has however installed the LED strip under the windscreen and one of them is flickering.
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If you have the rear brake light conversion installed , unplug it and reconnect original turn signal /brake connector. I just did this very same thing last night and my turn signal now works


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Rear break conversion module

Thats exactly what it was, we took it out and hook original back up and everything worked fine. Even took the moduel and put it on my bike which already has it but we swaped and it didn't work. So my friend spent like $54.00 for a new kit and now has extra lens. Thanks for everyones help, He was going through DT's without his bike and Memorial day week-end was coming up.
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