Alright I've got a brain twister for ya'll... I have a 91 GL 1500 I got a short while back. It's had a gremlin I have to get rid of but I can't figure it out!!! Here's what happens. If I turn on the R. turn sig it kills the headlight the gas gauge, and temp gauge. The turn sig does come on and works fine. After I turn off the turn sig the front light comes back on and the gauges come back on also all the lights on the dash CC, reverse and all illuminate for several seconds... NOT AL ALL SAFE TO RIDE LIKE THIS! I can't figure out for the life of me where the demon is coming from. On the fuze box on the left side heel panel there is a fuze several positions up from the bottom. that had a bad fuze in it. I found when I put a good fuze in it the turn sig would not work but the headlight would stay on.... Take the fuze out and the above mentioned happens. Now there are two relay's I found that work in conjunction with the turn sig. One is under the seat right behind the gas tank. It ticks once when you turn the turn sig off. If I unplug it it has no effect on anything. but It seams to be good. Then there is another relay that is under the trunk that ticks when the turn sig is on. there are two relays there side by side with the same model number so I switched them around to check if the first relay was good. I got the same affect, so I put them back to how they were. So I believe that relay under the trunk is also good and doing what it's supposed to do. Now the guy I got this bike from at one point had all kinds of aux lights on it that are no longer on there. It had all the switched mounted above the clutch and brake res's.. most of the wire went to nothing anymore so I just cut them off and out. The only one that went to anything turned on the fans behind the radiator to operate the header for your shins. I relocated that switch and took off all the crap that was sitting on top of the res's since they were falling apart anyway. Now under the plastic just above the handlebar neck I found some wire with the shrowding exposed so to avoid any shorting I covered the exposed wiring. That is the only exposed wireing I was able to find that had the possability to shorting out on anything that could be causing the problem. Are there any thoughts on how to exterminate these gremlins! I need a safe bike to ride. Right now my bike is sitting two feet in the air with half the plastics off of it with no back tire on it due to a flat. I'm getting ready to put it back together. So I'd really like to be back on two wheels ASAP. Any help before I put the plastics back on would be GREAT! Thank anyone who can help... Scott I hope everything I typed made decent sense BTW.