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Old 04-08-2014, 01:36 PM   #21
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haha i love those intergrated ones...used to have one on my Monster and loved it.

hey it said 2013-2014 CBR...
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Lol... If I cannot figure this out by friday... I'm getting these! Looks better anyways!
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If it's all LED lights with no integrated resistors you'll just run into the same problem.

Stick a resistor in-line as described previously (or discussed ad nauseam on the webz) and I'm about 95% sure it'll solve your problem. If your signal lights were always off and blinked on, LEDs would cause them to turn on and stay on. It sounds like yours are wired normally on (blink off), in which case too low of a resistance to cycle your flasher relay would cause them to just stay off.

Where are you located? I'm sure we've got people well-versed in this, some of whom are bound to live near by, who would be happy to come over and walk you through this in person.
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You'll probably need a load equalizer, but let's make sure you have it wired correctly first.

On the Hondas there's 2 wires in the rear on each side:
Orange, and green. On the other side it'll be blue, and green.

From your pics it appears the leds have a yellow and black wire.
Hook the black wire to the green wire on each side, that's your ground.
Now hook the yellow wire from one turn signal on one side to the solid blue, and the yellow wire from the other signal on the opposite side to the solid orange. That's your 12 volt + signal wire.

If you have everything correct one of 3 things will happen when you turn on the turn signal:
1) The side you chose will light up but not flash. If so you'll need a load equalizer.
2) the side you chose will flash very quickly. While they are working you'll still want a load equalizer to slow down the flash.
3) They'll operate correctly, no equalizer necessary.

If you have any more questions feel free to p.m. Me or call the shop tomorrow.
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Ok. The LEDs are making me blow fuses. I had to replace them twice now. I just bought a multimeter and a load equalizer. Not sure what to do with them. Lol. Also, the amazon link for the integrated lights said that it has everything already on it so it would not need any modifications (like resistors)
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If it's all LED lights with no integrated resistors you'll just run into the same problem.

Stick a resistor in-line as described previously (or discussed ad nauseam on the webz) and I'm about 95% sure it'll solve your problem. If your signal lights were always off and blinked on, LEDs would cause them to turn on and stay on. It sounds like yours are wired normally on (blink off), in which case too low of a resistance to cycle your flasher relay would cause them to just stay off.

Where are you located? I'm sure we've got people well-versed in this, some of whom are bound to live near by, who would be happy to come over and walk you through this in person.
I'm by alief clodine and dairy Ashford. If anyone wants to come over, great! I just have no idea what I'm doing.
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I'm by alief clodine and dairy Ashford. If anyone wants to come over, great! I just have no idea what I'm doing.
If I get a free afternoon (maybe tomorrow) I'll shoot you a PM. This really shouldn't be as difficult as it seems, just so long as you haven't let any magic smoke out of your electronics somewhere.
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Ok. The LEDs are making me blow fuses. I had to replace them twice now. I just bought a multimeter and a load equalizer. Not sure what to do with them. Lol. Also, the amazon link for the integrated lights said that it has everything already on it so it would not need any modifications (like resistors)
yeah those kit usually come with all of the resistors and such for you. Plug and Play (supposedly)
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If I get a free afternoon (maybe tomorrow) I'll shoot you a PM. This really shouldn't be as difficult as it seems, just so long as you haven't let any magic smoke out of your electronics somewhere.
Nah. My bf will be back tomorrow and he'll check it out. If he can't figure it out... it's meant to be and I will be getting that amazon integrated light thing.

Also... didn't see smoke but saw sparks when I attempted to see what the multimeter would do.
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Nah. My bf will be back tomorrow and he'll check it out. If he can't figure it out... it's meant to be and I will be getting that amazon integrated light thing.

Also... didn't see smoke but saw sparks when I attempted to see what the multimeter would do.


Well, I'm in the area. If you guys decide you'd like an extra hand, shoot me a PM and I'll see if I can swing by.
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That would be your middle finger.
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