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Thanks for the confirmation. Hopefully some contact cleaner will help.
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Your diagnosis is correct.
You have a dodgy Mk3 ignition switch
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*Originally Posted by Gustavo [+]
And it wasn't really a question of where you went, only how long it took us to find that ice cream shop you stopped at...    :008:
Gustavo
*Originally Posted by uralrob [+]
There may be an app for that now. RichCream maybe  :notsure:.
It'll find him anywhere so long as he's not moving. If he is moving it'll show his last stop and probable next stop.
 Rob.

You should have had this app on your smartphone - like i did  :1: :1:
Then you would have found me very easily  :008: :031:

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  There may be an app for that now. RichCream maybe  :notsure:.

 It'll find him anywhere so long as he's not moving. If he is moving it'll show his last stop and probable next stop.

 Rob.
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The indicators and hazard lights stopped working on my mk3 today. The indicators don't come on and the lights on the dash don't light up. I stopped and checked the fuse and that hadn't blown.

When I put it back in the garage and locked the steering I tried the hazard lights and they worked. Put the ignition on, no hazard lights (or indicators)

I've been looking at the indicator circuit section of the wiring diagram (the page that shows just the indicator/hazard circuit) and the only place that I can think of that would cause these symptoms is if there's a fault in the ignition switch.

Have I missed anything obvious, or subtle, that might have caused it?

At the moment I'm thinking that I'll go round to the garage in the morning and blast some contact cleaner into the switch, through the key slot - I'm assuming that even if I took the switch out, which would no doubt involve a deal of swearing, that the switch ittself is going to be sealed.
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Yes, that is you, on the way back to Colorado.  I think the pre-load adjustment was before that, while we were still riding around Yellowstone, no?   :notsure:

And it wasn't really a question of where you went, only how long it took us to find that ice cream shop you stopped at...    :008:


Gustavo


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Accessories and Products / Re: Anybody recognise this top box plate?
« Last post by V4Murph on Nov 21, 2020, 03:59 PM »
Good find thanks for that. Its probably unlikely I'll find the top plate on its own.

But looking at the universal monokey E251 I might buy one and see if I can get it to fit straight onto the half I do have.
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Accessories and Products / Re: Anybody recognise this top box plate?
« Last post by wwhite139 on Nov 21, 2020, 03:52 PM »
*Originally Posted by wwhite139 [+]
That is indeed a Givi plate, or to be more precise, half of it. The top plate that the box slides into and locks onto is missing.
Ooops, my bad, its only a third of it then  :goggle: In addition to what Towerman has posted you would i believe also need the  Givi E251 Universal Monokey Adaptor Plate, but you'd be best to confirm elsewhere. This would allow you to fit any Givi Monkey top box.
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Accessories and Products / Re: Anybody recognise this top box plate?
« Last post by TowerMan on Nov 21, 2020, 03:35 PM »
It is actually the bottom part of the Kawasaki OEM KQR 47L Top Case Top Box Bracket Mount Base Plate

As per this link on ebay - https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Genuine-Kawasaki-Versys-650-KQR-47L-Top-Case-Top-Box-Bracket-Mount-Base-Plate-/153385632206

Part No - 999940842



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Accessories and Products / Re: Anybody recognise this top box plate?
« Last post by V4Murph on Nov 21, 2020, 03:28 PM »
OK so if I buy a monokey plate that will fit onto what I have already?.

Seems like a bulky way of doing it but I like the givi stuff.

Thanks
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