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81 SR 250 flasher relay?


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I expect somewhere within the bike is the flasher relay.  my problem is I have not found it!  google is little help for this year and model.  also online flashers show at least 3 different types ...so which/where are absent in my knowledge bank.

In looking for it I came across a strange 2 fuse plastic holder. One 20 long one short that seems to have no function.  regardless I got it apart and it does not want to go back together.
This is a semi duplicate of what I put in the 'newbies' section...but without the ""this is me"" stuff
I really could use a bit of help if someone knows what I am dealing with.

THX

-chuck

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16 hours ago, skystryd said:

I expect somewhere within the bike is the flasher relay.  my problem is I have not found it!  google is little help for this year and model.  also online flashers show at least 3 different types ...so which/where are absent in my knowledge bank.

In looking for it I came across a strange 2 fuse plastic holder. One 20 long one short that seems to have no function.  regardless I got it apart and it does not want to go back together.
This is a semi duplicate of what I put in the 'newbies' section...but without the ""this is me"" stuff
I really could use a bit of help if someone knows what I am dealing with.

THX

-chuck

You should be looking at a flasher unit like the one in the picture with a plug like the other picture. According to a wiring diagram I've seen it's supposed to be on the left hand side near the ignition coil which will be right under the tank hanging off the frame (?)

I don't think i'm allowed to put up external links but if you search SR250 wiring diagram in google images it should show up.

Hope this is of some help. Somebody with more of an idea might be along soon... 🤓

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