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This can be an issue with a ground fault to the electronics.Check the ground at the battery as well as leading from the battery to the engine and frame and body.If a fault is found with loose or corroded grounds this will need repaired.If this is all found to be o.k. it can be the resistance difference in the LED lights causing this fault and you may need a bypass resistor installed to correct this here.
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Just to be sure here this issue occurred after the LED lights were installed am I correct?