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Each turn signal (stock) has two wires. I'm assuming one is the a constant current to keep the bulb lit when riding and the other is the alternating current to flash the bulb for signaling. My questing is which is which? One has a white line all the way down the wire the other is solid black.

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I think that a 2 wire turn signal is for the rear only and a 3 wire
turn signal would work on the front where the blinkers are also running
lights and stay on even when not being used as a turn signal.

LOL...I think that's how it works.

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Stock Front Turn signal wiring IS

The "3" wires......(1) B/W (Black with White tracer) is your lamp housing ground. (2) Lg (Green) is the (wider) bulb fulfillment for your MARKER. (3) B (Black) is your turn signal. I am starring right at the damn thing.
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I think that a 2 wire turn signal is for the rear only and a 3 wire
turn signal would work on the front where the blinkers are also running
lights and stay on even when not being used as a turn signal.

LOL...I think that's how it works.

Jeff / Foo
You are correct !!! ... the front are both running and turn signal. The front bulbs have 2 filaments where the rears only have 1.
 
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