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Post  jstrong on Fri 8 Mar - 1:57

hi there this is my first post, I am having problems with my front left indocator, when I put the head light on the left indocator comes on, i know this is a bad earth but where can i find it and has anyone had the same problem, kind regards jordan.
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Post  Admin drgaz on Fri 8 Mar - 3:27

Hi and welcome, you take a seperate earth from the indicator to the frame. some well else will be along to help soon regards Gaz
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Post  JohnW on Sat 9 Mar - 1:08

I think its more likely a bad earth at the headlight, the current is leaking back via indicator. Black wires are earth on the Townmate so check earth connections to frame, & try a seperate earth from headlamp bulb holder. A poor earth at headlight will also result in poor light output.

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another problem!

Post  jstrong on Wed 13 Mar - 7:46

confused the town mate came back from its mot today and failed on a missing (rear brake locking device) never in my life have i heard of it, can anyone give me ideas on resolving this problem?
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Post  Admin drgaz on Wed 13 Mar - 8:41

sounds to me like the split pin that stops the nut from coming loose, some one else will be along to veryfi in a bit regards Gaz
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Brake locking device!!

Post  JohnW on Wed 13 Mar - 10:16

Admin drgaz wrote:sounds to me like the split pin that stops the nut from coming loose, some one else will be along to veryfi in a bit regards Gaz

I think they mean the spring clips on the brake anchor arm nuts. (No 24 on diagram http://www.vespaspares.co.uk/spares/epc2.asp?ModelID=9063&pageID=27&m=YAMAHA+T80+TOWNMATE+REAR+WHEEL&uid=0 )
Like wise split pins must be in place on the wheel spindles in the castle nuts.

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Post  jstrong on Wed 13 Mar - 10:46

Thanks, I've ordered one, my god this site is helpful, long live the town mate Smile oh and I also replaced all split pins when I purchased the bike because I think I could of cut them with my teeth, I'll post pictures up of the restoration when I can, kind regards
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