There has to be some kind of 'flasher' (probably solid state) somewhere, but what others are saying is it's integrated into the instrument cluster. Or the ECU. Did you install an electronic component? Or mess with the wiring? Seems weird that it failed all of a sudden for no reason. But if that's the case, make a warranty claim if you're still covered. Hopefully yes. Keep us posted, and good luck. Now I'm curious where exactly is it. He he.
Last Edit: Jan 21, 2019 18:14:43 GMT -7 by elptxjc
Ok full story. I got my valves adjusted last year and while he had the bike I had my mechanic (not dealer) reflash the ecu. I already had a Graves flash and wanted to try a different flash. Bike ran fantastic but the turn signals and clock memory stopped working. He can’t figure out why and also I’ve talked to flash tune customer support. They also don’t know why. Both me and the mechanic went through the wiring. Everything seems fine except it doesn’t work. Lights on the dash work but not the signals. Weird.
It's pretty obvious the last tune was the issue. But the better question is if whatever bad coding was fed into the ECU damaged something else. Your mechanic should make it right, but good luck with that. He he. I'd start by flashing the ECU back to stock, and see if that fixes the issue. If not, you better get a proper diagnosis before starting to throw money blindly at potential fixes. Good luck brother.
Last Edit: Jan 23, 2019 12:27:36 GMT -7 by elptxjc
We already flashed the Ecu back to stock, back to the Graves flash and also back to stock again. Which is where it is now. I took it to A dealer because he said there was a recall flash from Yamaha but they couldn’t access my ECU. Still working with the mechanic he’s a good dude just busy.