|03-17-2010, 05:28 PM||#1|
Join Date: Jul 2009
Location: Loveland, CO / Sun Lakes, AZ
THANKS to Scubabud (turn sig mount)
In another post, I noticed Scubabud mentioned having turn signals mounted on the steering column, and the posibility of that causing electrical problems.
Mine was mounted that way and there was a small amout of voltage between the negative battery and the frame.
Fixed by putting a piece of rubber inner tube around the column and gluing it with 3M weather strip adhesive, and then black duct tape. Carpe duct 'em - seize the duct tape!
THANKS Scuba Dave
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|03-17-2010, 06:27 PM||#2|
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Join Date: Dec 2008
Location: SE Florida
Re: THANKS to Scubabud (turn sig mount)
That's what is so great about BGW. One man's problem can turn into a fix for many down the road. I found my grounding issue, the turn signal assembly attached to the column, by trial and error. I used black tape and rubber tubing on the clamp just like you to correct that ground issue and all is well.
Thanks for that thanks
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