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Hi, I'm a new member with an oddball problem. I  installed the fender eliminator kit from Vagabond a couple weeks ago with no issues whatsoever. My turn signals work just fine, front and rear.  The problem is that while my front turn signal lights stay on as running lights, my rear ones do not. I rechecked the wiring, checked the fuses...can't find anything out of place. Does anyone have any idea what I might be missing? It's a 2016 model if that makes a difference. Thanks in advance! PMA
 

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so1102
Um, this is standard operation. DRLs are only on the front blinkers
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mjh937
Aww @so1102, you should not have told him. We could have had him checking all sorts of weird thing :) JK...maybe...
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AlbatrossCafe
Hi, I'm a new member with an oddball problem. I  installed the fender eliminator kit from Vagabond a couple weeks ago with no issues whatsoever. My turn signals work just fine, front and rear.  The problem is that while my front turn signal lights stay on as running lights, my rear ones do not. I rechecked the wiring, checked the fuses...can't find anything out of place. Does anyone have any idea what I might be missing? It's a 2016 model if that makes a difference. Thanks in advance! PMA 

Rechecked the wiring?... Did you notice that the front signals have 3 wires (an extra blue wire) and the rear only have 2? lol 

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cndnmax
Well if you would like to have the rear as DRLs I can let you know what you need to do but it does take some electrical knowhow.

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