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3 Pin Indicator Relay How to install?

Hi Guys,
I have a Australian Honda CBR 600 rr 2005, so wiring is slightly diff i believe as i tried to install the 2 pin relay for the indicator and it didnt work as in my prev thread,

so has anyone installed a 3 pin relay? how will it be done? or do you kow of any threads where someone has done this?

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bump anybody suggestions?

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ok i found the install for my relay, and thinking out loud and seeking any corrections/confirmations. As i did try it with pics on 2nd page of the thread No wire splice LED relay install

but still curious as to what exactly am i wiring it to, obviously negative i know i believe is the grey wire (-) from the blue harness, the power is the green/white (L) so i need to source another (+)?

1. The "+" on the relay is connect to a positive wire from your bike or car.
2. The "-" on the relay is connect to a negative wire or ground of your bike or car.
3. The "L" on the relay is connect to the power inlet of the left/right signal switch of your bike or car.
4. The power outlet of the left/right signal switch is connect to the front and rear signal lights respectively.





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so what exactly are u trying to do. put in a flasher relay or use a 3pin relay to make ur leds function as signals?
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They are installed as signals, i bought a 2 pin relay, didnt work for my bike due to it being a Aussie version etc, so i received the 3 pin relay with the led strips OEM. So im trying to get confirmation of what exact wire is going where on the 3 pin relay. As im at the point of cant be assed and this time it better work or im leaving it at a faster flash.

As the 2 pin relay i tried it like 4 times and then got to the relisation US relays are diff then Australian relays :(

I did have resistors on there and it worked fine, but when i reinstalled it all i thought lets spend $30 and clean it up a bit and just install a relay. Hence im getting annoyed with myself i should have left the resistors.

Maybe i email Trippage for some help as i also had issues with the resistors sucking up too much juice and my pef lights bottom ones werent as bright as the side ones, it was a real mess prev, and now its another sort of mess bright lights but flashing too quick hence relay last option..

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