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Old 03-11-2015, 05:03 PM Thread Starter
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Hazard Lights

Just a talking point, does anyone know where the switch is for the hazard flasher lights?
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haven't seen one in person as yet
but if you check the suzuki website you might be able to find out their
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Solved it. Spotted it on the RH side above the starter button. The only place I have seen it is on YouTube Suzuki's own video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pMj148LP5SA
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Just for your info, the US version don't come with the hazard option.
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Just for your info, the US version don't come with the hazard option.
Yea, I have them on my other bike. I had big plans to hook up one stock signal and one of my new Rizomas so I could take a video with them operating side by side only to discover after hooking them up that there's no 4 way hazard flasher. Go figure.

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Ya-all just blew the cobwebs off this thread.
It was started before the bike was released and all we had to satisfy our lust were various pictures. It was a while before we found out the USA bikes had no hazard lights and no immobiliser.
Good to see someone delving into the archives.

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Haha, can't accuse people of not using the search feature!

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I found it really annoying that only european bikes had Hazard lights so i added them to mine.

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I found it really annoying that only european bikes had Hazard lights so i added them to mine.

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Interesting writeup. Was it not possible to remove the wires/pins from the connector similar to pulling them from the ECU harness? Never tried with those but it seems like it'd make the swap easier. Hmmm.

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Interesting writeup. Was it not possible to remove the wires/pins from the connector similar to pulling them from the ECU harness? Never tried with those but it seems like it'd make the swap easier. Hmmm.

I tried but couldn't get them to come out cleanly, unfortunately
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