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    Fog Lights

    Is it just me or are standard fog lights on my f800gsa cheap and nasty been out on bike and found one blown so it lasted a year already had one replaced as it got damp inside and kept flashing on and off . 😠😠

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    No mate , that’s your indicator!


    Actually, mate of mine is on his third or fourth spotlight, does seem to be a trend, Denali might be worth a look.

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    You can dry them out. If they are the LED ones it’s unlikely they have blown - just water ingress.

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    Bet it's the left one?

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    had these on my 1200 ..it was the left one too......bmw service manager told me they were not waterproof !!! which i found incredible considering they are on an Adventure bike

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    Yes this time it's the left one the first one was the right

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    Cannot see any condensation in it

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