Intermittent stop check relay?
So a while back I switched my main brake/tail to LED (I think, should check) and also added some extra LED light strips under the number plate.
This has, of course, led to the warning light on the display which I haven't worried much about. I check my lights quite often and the odds of all of them failing are pretty low.
Of late the warning light has been flashing, sometimes staying off, but there are no visible changes to the lights. For a while I thought it was because I'd earthed the system to the plate itself which measured fine, but only later did I find it was on a broken rubber grommet - my thinking was that at times the plate would move and break contact, so I ran an earth wire to another nearby bolt under the mudguard.
Anyway, it keeps on flashing for a bit, usually just after I start the bike and for the first few hundred metres before it settles, but sometimes it can keep flashing and flickering for some distance, even more than a 1/2 an hour trip.
It also seems to be much affected by rougher roads vs smooth roads, where there may be no flickering at all. It does flash in time with bumps.
Could this be an internal fault to the S/C relay? Most of the time it's not even remotely an issue but sometimes it gets distracting, especially on the more 'interesting' roads that are abundantly supplied in this area.