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Possible mot issues?


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So long as the disks are not warped or excessively worn and the rear shock is not leaking and the linkages are not sloppy they should be ok.......but the right indicator could cause you some probs as the flashing should not be too fast, and should be the same both sides. I assume that all the bulbs are ok.....or are they LED?

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The indicators on my Speed Four flash very fast but that is because they are LED and need some sort of relay but it passed MOT. They all flash at the same speed though. If you've one side or one light that is different then it could mean an electrical problem and that could result in a fail

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Yes faster on one side. I read that they can do this if one of the bulbs goes. Is this true?


The front right bulb needs replacing. Could also be electrical though cos the rear has some black on the bulb. But might be also due to its age.

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Yes faster on one side. I read that they can do this if one of the bulbs goes. Is this true?


The front right bulb needs replacing.

 

There's your answer. Replace the bulb and it should cure your fault.

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