Pull the old flasher fuse out and plug the new one in.
The flasher is under the l/h side cover beside the battery.
I had the same problem with my shadow. I had both tail light sockets and back up light sockets that were faulty due to a bad ground. I use a jumper wire and ran it to the grounding part of the socket to a good ground. When it fixed it I took the ground wire from the socket and soldered it to the side of the socket and it worked fine. The type of socket that this was used a 1157 or similar bulb
Yes you can replace a bike flasher with a car flasher . I priced the flasher from Honda dealer they want $80.00 plus tax for it I bought a standard car flasher for $4.79 plus tax and it worked. (flasher must be three prong - Prt.#550 12 volt 20-1036-2 from Can. Tire.) I answered my own question by trying it and it worked.
I think that it is under the r\h side panel cover
Probably the turn signal flasher
it's pretty obvious
he has a problem with his vocal cords
You need more information to solve this problem. The length of a shadow depends on the angle of the sun which depends on the time of day.
This is caused when your eye shadow gathers in the crease of your eyelid. Its a common problem that really doesn't look good. To prevent creasing, smear on concealor on your lid to hold on to the shadow and keep it there.
it is under the dash just left of the steering column it is a round flasher that helps the turn signals work. hope this helps