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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old 08-03-2010, 11:08 AM Thread Starter
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Turn signals are ON NON STOP!!

Hi i recently installed a flash mount led turn signals on my 07 600rr and now when i start my bike the front and rear turn signals are on non stop . they dont flash but they are on like a regular light, left and right ones. when i try to a left (lets say) then the left side is off and the right side stays on. and when ill take a right the left side stays on . If any one has any idea about that. please let me know guys .

thanks a lot and sorry about my English
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Remove the wire with the tracer on it on each of your front wires going to the signals.. You can't connect 3 wires to a 2 wire turn signal. If you want running lights in the front then you need 2 diodes.. Here is how to wire it.

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Part number for the diodes is 1N4004, they are rectifier diodes and only cost a few cents.
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