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Old 08-08-2012, 07:42 AM   #1
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2010 YAMAHA R1 (race bike)
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Wiring L.E.D. flush mounts as running lights and blinkers

does anyone have a diagram on how to make 2 wire LED blinkers as running lights and blinkers? I'm assuming there will need to be a relay of some sort since its going from 3 wire to 2 wire. thanks in advance!!!

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On cars, you can tap into the hot power source but you need a new flasher module. It's an EL12 flasher for about $10 at any autoparts store.

Otherwise, you will need to use a relay. Some others may chime in
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