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    Default Roadsmith left turn signal assembly:

    Hey folks,

    Kinda of a serious question.

    We own a 2016 Roadmaster with the Roadsmith Trike kit.

    The issue I have is the left turn signal (rear) doesn't not work.

    IT IS NOT THE BULB!!!!!

    When I changed out the bulb I noticed the marker light flickered a bit while inserting the bulb.

    I'm hoping it's just a loose wire BUT..

    HOW do I get the assembly off to check the wires?

    I can get the lens off and the reflector out, but have no access to any screws or such to remove the actual assembly.

    ANY info will by grateful.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Digg View Post
    Hey folks,

    Kinda of a serious question.

    We own a 2016 Roadmaster with the Roadsmith Trike kit.

    The issue I have is the left turn signal (rear) doesn't not work.

    IT IS NOT THE BULB!!!!!

    When I changed out the bulb I noticed the marker light flickered a bit while inserting the bulb.

    I'm hoping it's just a loose wire BUT..

    HOW do I get the assembly off to check the wires?

    I can get the lens off and the reflector out, but have no access to any screws or such to remove the actual assembly.

    ANY info will by grateful.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Digg View Post
    Hey folks,

    Kinda of a serious question.

    We own a 2016 Roadmaster with the Roadsmith Trike kit.

    The issue I have is the left turn signal (rear) doesn't not work.

    IT IS NOT THE BULB!!!!!

    When I changed out the bulb I noticed the marker light flickered a bit while inserting the bulb.

    I'm hoping it's just a loose wire BUT..

    HOW do I get the assembly off to check the wires?

    I can get the lens off and the reflector out, but have no access to any screws or such to remove the actual assembly.

    ANY info will by grateful.
    Welcome aboard. Did you look behind the fender to see if it was thru bolted possible? Also RoadSmith is located in Wisconsin try calling them direct. Good Luck
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gorilla View Post
    Welcome aboard. Did you look behind the fender to see if it was thru bolted possible? Also RoadSmith is located in Wisconsin try calling them direct. Good Luck
    Better still - just about 4 hours from you - sounds like a nice trip

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