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    Hey folks,

    Just wondering if anyone has a complete & detailed wiring diagram ( only ) for a 2013. I have a short somewhere... somewhere. I'm not great with electrical systems. So I need the dumbed down version if possible.


    Thanks.

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    There is one in the shop manuel. There are a number of posts where you can download it but it is definitely not a dumbed down version and not sure how it looks in the download version.

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    What is doing? It will help people narrow down the areas to look. Typically it is some aftermarket wiring not routed in the best way.
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    Quote Originally Posted by UVATom View Post
    What's is doing? It will help people narrow down the areas to look. Typically it is some aftermarket wiring not routed in the best way.

    The turn signals are not working correctly. They are out of time or cadence. When I turn the signal or hazards on. They just flash whenever they want to.

    Also, @ Bering_C_Sparky. I have that manual already. What I suppose I am looking for is a better understanding of how each system works in relation to the other systems. IE..is there a computer in there somewhere? If so, what does it control? How does the entire lighting system work within itself.

    If that makes any sense whatsoever lol. I am just really bad with vehicle electrical and want to learn how it all works.

    Thanks again.
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    Remember, the wiring diagrams in those links are for 2009 and earlier. The harness changed in 2010. The ECU wiring, tach, and headlight all changed. Turns signals should be good.
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    Is it the OEM lights or aftermarket?

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    Quote Originally Posted by UVATom View Post
    Is it the OEM lights or aftermarket?
    the front turn signals are stock. The back is the Rainey Knight Rider LED strip.

    My photo album has a pretty good picture of the setup if that helps.

    The crazy thing is... I have had that setup for almost 2 years and it wasnt until recently that it went all screwy.

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    Have you tried swapping out the flasher relay?

    If you do use one that is rated for LED.

    https://www.meancycles.com/store/par...?partID=222599

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