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I have a 2007 ST3s ABS with 46K. The turn signal LED in the instrument cluster does not work. It's probably either a bad LED (not likely) or a fault or crack in the printed circuit board. Since new instrument clusters are not obtainable, and I'm not interested in a used one, does anyone know if anyone has replaced an LED or repaired a circuit board?
 

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I have a 2007 ST3s ABS with 46K. The turn signal LED in the instrument cluster does not work. It's probably either a bad LED (not likely) or a fault or crack in the printed circuit board. Since new instrument clusters are not obtainable, and I'm not interested in a used one, does anyone know if anyone has replaced an LED or repaired a circuit board?
Shipped mine from Canada to these guys in the UK - Digital Motorcycle Speedo and Cluster Repairs UK - Scorpio Electronics | - They replaced the LED and adjusted the odometer, as it was a replacement dash. Much cheaper than a North American repair.
Great folks to deal with.

David
 

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Yes I did. Their estimate was $60 - $80 to repair my turn signal indicator (but it could go up to 130 British Pounds) plus shipping to England and 12 working days. There is also a possibly that I would have to pay an import duty and tax when I get the speedo back depending on how the transportation is handled. Because they would need access to the CPU and sensors (i.e., the entire motorcycle) to calibrate the speedo, that is beyond what they can do for me. Their estimate does not appeal to me. I'm going to look elsewhere to get my turn signal indicator repaired. However, I do appreciate your suggestion. Thanks very much.
 

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Yes I did. Their estimate was $60 - $80 to repair my turn signal indicator (but it could go up to 130 British Pounds) plus shipping to England and 12 working days. There is also a possibly that I would have to pay an import duty and tax when I get the speedo back depending on how the transportation is handled. Because they would need access to the CPU and sensors (i.e., the entire motorcycle) to calibrate the speedo, that is beyond what they can do for me. Their estimate does not appeal to me. I'm going to look elsewhere to get my turn signal indicator repaired. However, I do appreciate your suggestion. Thanks very much.
Have you had any luck with your instrument panel repair?
 

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Not yet. I have a friend who is an electrical engineer and owns his own company. He designs and produces electronic components and circuit boards. He says he can fix my speedo easily. I have not imposed on him yet, but may take him up on his offer. I'll post here when I have my friend look at my speedo and let you know how it turns out.
 

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Couple years ago the the LED stick on shifter console quit in my wife’s daily driver Gr.Cherokee , she went to dealer , $400 for the sub-assembly plus same amount in labour or best part of a thousand dollars , I went auto breakers , got just the LED stick for $10 , my mechanic (Son) fitted in under 10 minutes ..... maybe check a bike salvage yard south of the border via internet ? Good Luck !
 
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