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So my understanding with all of this is that you remove the two wires, plug the relay into the connector, and you're good to go?? What do you do with the two wires that got removed from the connector? Do they just hang there or do you have to splice them into something?
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Cut them and tape them up, that is going to your stock relay in the cluster, you won't need them anymore. T




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So which side do I remove the wires from? The cluster side, or the body side like everyone else is doing?
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Doesn't matter as long as the cluster wires are not used any longer.




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i've seen tons of videos about being able to plug one of the custom LED relays into a stock flasher relay location. does an 03 have this? or would i just plug right into the harness like everyone else is doing?

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Only 07-10 600rr has this. 06 and previous do it like in the pictures. T




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so after reading this thread i dont' know how many times i came up with a solution of my own. it was simple as were everyone's input. i tried them all basically and for some reason the relay wouldn't work. i bought the customLED one and no matter how i hooked it up the ways previously mentioned i couldn't get things to work right. so all i did was take the grey and white/green wires out of the harness(female) and insert the male custom LED connectors into the wires, electrical tape and tada everything works.

thanks for the posts in the other pages they really helped out. props to Tripage for the awesome IT and support.
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so after reading this thread i dont' know how many times i came up with a solution of my own. it was simple as were everyone's input. i tried them all basically and for some reason the relay wouldn't work. i bought the customLED one and no matter how i hooked it up the ways previously mentioned i couldn't get things to work right. so all i did was take the grey and white/green wires out of the harness(female) and insert the male custom LED connectors into the wires, electrical tape and tada everything works.

thanks for the posts in the other pages they really helped out. props to Tripage for the awesome IT and support.
Nice explanation I wasn't taking the grey and green wires out i was plugging in the old and new relay in parallel made for a really strange flash rate slow fast slow fast

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ok i need help asap, i d like to start off at i didnt like the customled product to begin with but i had drilled holes in my fairing so i couldnt turn back, so i decided to correct the blinking rate and ordered a relay.

2. i did the exact samething in this thread and for some reason its not working.

3. its blinking way too fast honestly with the relay hooked up and with it not hooked up honestly to me there is no difference.

* so either im doing something wrong (which i doubt), or once again another **** product.
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Wrong color wires used????
Picture of what you have now.




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Blue connector red on relay to green white and grey to black on relay
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this is weird someone help
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Hum... Bad flasher relay, but that is pretty rare. T




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You can manually test the relay with a light bulb and your battery if you want to check it to see if it's working.




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i was tempted to do what the other guy said, take out the green white and the grey and put the relay wire in the blue connector and he said everything worked even though the green white and grey werent put back in weird

but hassle to de pin connectors
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So how do you have it wired then? Picture...




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i de-pined the relay not the blue connector and i inserted the pins without the connector from the relay into the blue connector from the bike where the green/ white wire and grey wire is.
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tested the relay and relay tested good
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i was tempted to do what the other guy said, take out the green white and the grey and put the relay wire in the blue connector and he said everything worked even though the green white and grey werent put back in weird

but hassle to de pin connectors
How did you do that without removing the stock pins? I don't think you have a good connection the way you are doing it. A picture is worth a thousand words, will clear up everything. T




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Do you have the front of the bike plugged in? Maybe I am missing something but the only way you could do that is if the front of the bike was unplugged.




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this is so frustrating, i ve tried everything today, i even chopped the harness which made me more pissed cause in the end it didnt work.

only way it worked for a bit was I inserted the pins into the turn signal blue connector and it worked but i didnt like the way it was flashing slow then fast and then i took it out and it worked without it for a bit then it when to the extremely fast rate.

I dont know if it has anything to do with it but i have an integrated tail light as well.

* also when i cut the harness i only stripped the green white and grey wire i didnt cut it right off and hook it up the ends to the relay. Should i try that or should make a difference?
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Doesn't matter if you have a INT taillight.




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ok i dont know what happened, but from what i know no where in this post does it say to de-pin the blue connector i did exactly what this guy did in this video and it worked perfectly (only thing i did different was put shrink wrap over the male female connector terminals... BIG UPS TO THE GUY WHO CREATED THAT VID...

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???????

If it's wired right it works. Never had a problem with this and done it over 10 times now. Signals wired correctly?




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Make sure it's the (grey) and (white/green) wires on the female side if the wires on the male side are used or still even connected it will flash fast still.

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That is the problem isn't it? The signals are looking for the least resistance and that is coming from the cluster.. You have to remove the other wires going to the cluster "relay" for it to work.




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used this post and worked awsome. Thanks guys
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Recently bought an 06. And the previous owner already put flush mounts and integrated tail light and it's not flashing and stays solid. Sounds like a simple fix. I just need to get the custom led relay. I've never had a problem with aftermarket turn signals before. I actually don't mind the quick flashing turn signals. I feel like it might get more attention that way. But I've never had it stay solid amber and not flash. Is it just the Cbr 600 that have the problem with no flashing signals?
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