yes and no
Check the fuses and the bulbs.
No. Daytime running light can be disabled without affecting turn signals.
because that what they are for. otherwise they would be orange headlights.
Perhaps you need to check a fuse.
Most likely a fuse or a bad ground.
if the headlights work it is bad wiring if they dont its a fuse
Blown fuse(s) or short circuit somewhere ?
More than likely a defective Flasher Relay. Replace it.
The lights on your Buick could be out for a number of reasons. It could be blown fuses, faulty wiring, or dead bulbs. Your mechanic would be able to test this.
Check for a bad ground
... As i know it, In every state in the U.s. A street legal motorcycles must have working turn signals, headlights, ect. so Yes.
I always start with the basics.......fuses. Then go to bulbs...... Look in your fuse panel and see if you have one marked tail lights......and check it. the brake, headlights and signals work off another circuit.
Tke of your turn signals and you grill. grab the headlights and pull straight out.
Bumper mounted park lamps
A blown fuse.
in dash lights
Fuse, wiring, bulbs
Start by checking your fuses. Then bulbs. Then switches in that order.
The multifunction switch attaches to the steering column. It contains the turn signals, wipers, headlights, etc....
well if its a super pocket bike headlights turn signals brake light horn
Well kinda. The highbeam "flasher" function is connected to the turn signal arm.
blowen fuse or lights check fuse first
no not al all, i used to race for monster. but if you want to ride it in the road, you have to have a license, it has to have headlights, turning signals, breaklights.
let the wife reverse park in to a small space