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    Default BX2230 electrical issue

    For some reason, my right turn signal (blinker for short) continues to blink.
    The switch is off.
    I cannot even get the left one to blink if I tried.
    Also, the hazards only work with the key off. If I try it with the tractor running, they do nothing, just that right blinker keeps on blinking.

    I removed and cleaned the contacts in the turn signal switch, but it still does the same thing.

    Is there a relay or something that I should check?

    -Eric

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    Default Re: BX2230 electrical issue

    nevermind.

    I guess I need to pay closer attention to my switch cleaning.

    I took it apart again and cleaned it properly this time and it worked perfectly.

    Thats what I get for being in a rush.

    That blinking has been bothering me all summer.

    -Eric

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    Default Re: BX2230 electrical issue

    Take her apart again anf use a grease gun needle and fill em' with grease. grease potted switches resist moisture related problems ... many marine grade switches are grease potted.

    soundguy

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