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wiring help needed

i have an 07 600rr and im looking to get this for it: http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/ws/eB...K%3AMEWAX%3AIT
ive read other articles on this fitting 07 with a little gap so im not worried about that but i also wondering how to switch from my old to new im posting pics of my current one and the wiring. luckly the previous owner didnt cut the connectors and saughter so im good there im just wondering if it will just snap together or will i have to saughter and im making a custom fender eliminator like this: http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/Fende...item2a08075d9e
which souldnt be to hard and im using these bolt lights: http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/ws/eB...=STRK:MEWNX:IT
so i was wonder if i could get a wiring diagram from someone on how to do all of this. also my license plate light doesnt work.
should i connect the bolt lights to my runninglight?
does anyone know where these green wires go?
thank you very much!

and im selling the brake light (turnsignals are intigrated and all works) i currently have with fender eliminator and all.
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You'r license plate light probably just needs a new globe...

As far as a wiring diagram for the new light, that's pretty much impossible without knowing anything about that particular light (what colour wires on it are what), and it comes with a diagram already so why double up?

Once you receive it feel free to take a photo of the diagram they have supplied and I will be happy to tell you if it is correct or not, and what if anything you have to do to get it to work.

And your bolt lights should be connected in place of your current number plate light, not your running light. If the problem isn't just a blown globe I will help you fix that as well.
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You'r license plate light probably just needs a new globe...

As far as a wiring diagram for the new light, that's pretty much impossible without knowing anything about that particular light (what colour wires on it are what), and it comes with a diagram already so why double up?

Once you receive it feel free to take a photo of the diagram they have supplied and I will be happy to tell you if it is correct or not, and what if anything you have to do to get it to work.

And your bolt lights should be connected in place of your current number plate light, not your running light. If the problem isn't just a blown globe I will help you fix that as well.

what exactly is a blown globe? do you mean fuse? when i get it ill post pics of everything.

thank you very much!!
where does a standard plate light wire go? does it have its own fuse?
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what exactly is a blown globe? do you mean fuse? when i get it ill post pics of everything.

thank you very much!!
where does a standard plate light wire go? does it have its own fuse?
blown light globe... as in the light no longer works. A condition caused by the thinning of the tungsten element within the bulb to such a point as it can no longer withstand the mechanical stresses placed upon it causing failure in the form of it separating into at least two pieces, consequently there is no path for the current to take and therefore no light will be produced...
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blown light globe... as in the light no longer works. A condition caused by the thinning of the tungsten element within the bulb to such a point as it can no longer withstand the mechanical stresses placed upon it causing failure in the form of it separating into at least two pieces, consequently there is no path for the current to take and therefore no light will be produced...
ok thanks i figured it was broken so i bought those bolt lights.

thank you ill post more when my light it is.
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