Originally Posted by bwalsh
...The issue I have is...the flasher clicks when the switch is on the "lo" setting and is quiet on the "hi" setting.
Shouldn't it be the reverse of what's happening?
Why is that?
You got it right.
The flasher sends power about half the time to the grip heaters when the switch is on the "low" setting. On the "high" setting, the wiring bypasses the flasher and sends full power to the grip heaters.
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