Join Date: Jul 2015
Location: Dracut, Massachusetts
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there are 2 different circuits in the led fixture. there should be 3 different wires (ground, low illumination, and high illumination). if theres integrated turn signals there will be one more wire per side. if the light is bright then you probably got the brake hooked up to high illumination instead of low illumination, making the brake light essentially not be able to brighten because its already at its brightest. best thing to do is to use a probe that you can ground to the bike and when you touch the end of it to the wires in the lighting harnesses you will see the light come on depending on what switches are being used on the controls. if you have the bike on you should only get one wire that gives voltage (the constant illumination), thats where id start. then, put your left directional on and see what wire makes the probe blink. do the same with the right blinker. now, go to the right side of the bike and press the brake down while touching whats left and that should be your brake illumination wire. you only really need one ground out of the 3 (all the green wires) that are there to work everything because they really all go back to the same spot. i dont remember what colored wire goes to what but probing definitely solves it. this is if the connectors have been completely cut off. if they havent and the person left the tails from the connectors, then i believe the blue connector is left blinker and the orange is right blinker. im sure after i post all of this someone will be able to tell you the wire colors, thats my luck. hope i helped you out and you can understand what i mean.
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Last edited by jgspecial; 07-24-2017 at 06:03 PM.