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post #1 of 14 (permalink) Old 01-06-2006, 03:10 PM Thread Starter
 
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Need help Installing Integrated Taillight

I hooked up the two yellow wires that came with the Integrated Taillight and now they just don't blink. My front ones also just stay lit. When I touch the groung wire to them they start blinking, but if I have them connected they don't blink.

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Help Installing Integrated Taillight

I connected the taillight and now they don't blink. they stay lit untill i touch the ground wire to them. If I connect the ground wire they also don't work.

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is the bike on or off?
cause when i installed mine the bike has to be on for them to blink.
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I have the bike on so that the board is lit up. You think it has to be on all the way. Thats weird
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I never thought about that. I will try it. The weird thing is when I touch the green wire to the yellow and oange it starts blinking.
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http://www.customled.com/PRODUCTS/TH...er.htm#StageII

I HAD TO INSTALL THESE WITH MY TURN SIGNALS (LED'S) AND NOW THEY BLINK FINE
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Cool thanks................I'll try that route also.
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http://www.customled.com/PRODUCTS/TH...er.htm#StageII

I HAD TO INSTALL THESE WITH MY TURN SIGNALS (LED'S) AND NOW THEY BLINK FINE
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mine came with these... i used them. works fine... i think if you dont use them they blink faster.
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post #9 of 14 (permalink) Old 01-06-2006, 04:09 PM
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use the resistors that came with the tail light the resistor needs
to be hooked up between the + & - wires



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Thanks for all the info................I'll be working on it this weekend.
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First, what kind of integrated tail light do you have? All the resistors do is slow down the blinking rate same with the relay. If your signals aren't blinking then you didnt connect the wires correctly. Let me know what integrated tail light you are using
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It is the clear alternatives from e-bay for like $85. It is a complete replacement not just the bulb and it didn't come with different wire system. It has 2 yellow wire for the signals and a plug and play connector for the brake.
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I just installed one of these last night. It was relatively simple because I cut off the connectors from my stock fender for the turn signals and soldered the yellow wires to them then plugged them in. Just make sure to test which yellow wire is left and which is right before you solder. I didn't put one those resistors because I kinda like the fast blink it seems to get more attention.
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post #14 of 14 (permalink) Old 01-14-2006, 12:48 AM
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Carefull with the resistors. They get hot as hell when they are hooked up under your tail. Probably not hot enough to do any dammage but it gets hot enough under there without something else helping it get hotter.
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