Good advice JD9. Pretty straight forward.
OP. Your answers begin in the service manual. Plus there is no way to know if any more specific wiring advice is correct since so many bikes have messed up wiring and routing, which you need to determine for your own bike. Use the proper SP1 or SP2 diagrams. And make sure you are correct by doing some basic testing.
I can't help specifically on the signals as my bike is much too apart for a check. So without any other input which is not really needed, wait to test signal lights and dash indicator until everything is hooked up first. The manual again has info to evaluate once you test.
The front brake light issue is quite easy to at least initially diagnose before coming for advice, which may be why it has been quiet. It's hard to give advice until basic assessments are done. As mentioned, look, identify, examine. Find the lever switch, examine it with the aftermarket levers and their usage, then test the switch if needed.
The service manual is the bible, start there, and let us know what doesn't work from it. Hope this helps and good luck.
Last edited by kwtoxman; 02-26-2015 at 11:48 PM.