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Just got via mail fender eliminator /turn signals from ebay(customizedbikeparts.com)and the connections are not the same.2 wires on the lights(black/yellow) vs the 3 wire connection with the stock harness, not the same plug either, what to do
 

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Yeah, I got some LED turn signals that only have 2 wires as well... what to do?:dontknow:
 

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The colors oif the wires going to the rear turn signals are B/W and Lg on the right side. The left side is B/W and B. The B/W wires are your ground. Now what you have to do is determine which wires on your lights are + and -. You can do this by connecting them to a battery. If they do not light, then you have the connections backwards. Tie your - leads to the B/W wire and your other (+) wires to the correct Lg or B wires. Not going to be plug and play though.
 

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I just installed a set of signals with similar wires (black/yellow). If I remember correctly, the yellow is your hot wire. The best way to check this is to take a nine volt battery and hold the wires to the connections. LED's require very little power, and the nine volt will light them up nicely. Welcome to the site. :bigthumbsup:
 

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I just installed a set of signals with similar wires (black/yellow). If I remember correctly, the yellow is your hot wire. The best way to check this is to take a nine volt battery and hold the wires to the connections. LED's require very little power, and the nine volt will light them up nicely. Welcome to the site. :bigthumbsup:
Yes because LED's will only work one way
 
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