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Old 07-09-2008, 01:59 PM   #1
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aftermarket wiring help?

i just bought a new set of aftermarket lights for my yzf600r and noticed they have 2 wires hanging out the back of the light and my bike is 3 wire connection. i am not to well electricly inclined so i am trying to figure out how to put the 2 wires on 3 wire connection. one of the lights is a constant on, 2nd is front blinker, 3rd is a ground wire. any thoughts?
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So the new system will lose the parking light(constant bulb.)

tape it up, roll in back into the harness and continue taping it back.

Turn signal power and ground to the new lights.
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Old 07-09-2008, 04:05 PM   #4
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For the 600R flasher elements, dark green and black wires on the one side, brown and black wires on the other. Black is the ground wire. You will tape the blue/red on both sides. Some after market signals need a resistor to avoid a fast flash.

I'm right around the corner (League City) with the same bike. If you hit any snags, PM me.
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Old 07-09-2008, 04:08 PM   #5
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So the new system will lose the parking light(constant bulb.)

tape it up, roll in back into the harness and continue taping it back.

Turn signal power and ground to the new lights.
I drilled in one of those LED-bolts behind the plate and wired it up to the old constant-on. Dim, but gets you past the Evil Inspection Nazis.
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