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post #1 of 8 (permalink) Old 06-30-2014, 07:08 PM Thread Starter
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Turn signal and dash issue

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I recently purchased and integrated led tail light and flush mount turn signals for my 2003 cbr600rr. I have restrictors in place and none of the blinkers flash or do anything like that. The light for the blinkers does not show up on the dash either. I'm pretty stumped as what to do, I haven't found any damaged wires etc. And the fuses all look good. Any suggestions on what to try or do? Or anybody have this issue before?

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Sounds like a wiring issue. How did you wire the front signals? You have 3 wires Ground/running/signal for the front and usually 2 wires for the led signals. Did you wire to the running light or the signal? If you wire to the running light they should come on this will confirm they are wired correct and then you can troubleshoot the taillight. T




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I'll take some pics of the way the front and rear signals are wired. The front only had a black/yellow wire running into a blue plastic connection and the other was a yellow wire running into an orange plastic connection, like I said I'll snap.some pics in the morning and maybe you can tell me what you think
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The front flush mounts are also led forgot to mention that as well
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Okay sorry it took a while Here's some pics of the wiring there are resistors on the front and back signals
I found under the seat the red plug as pictured want plugged into anything and I don't see where it goes but it does appear to have wires that go to the signals in it




These are the front signal wiring and the headlight unit


These are the wires coming off the front lights themselves

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You have resistors under the black tape in the last 2 pictures? If you look at the orange and orange/white wire are they both attached to the yellow wire on the signal? Same for the blue blue/white wire on the right signal?

I bet your OEM flasher is dead that is why you don't have signals. Best bet would be to replace it with an electronic one and wire it in. Then you can remove the resistors and wire it correctly and you won't have to worry about them anymore.

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The resistors are wired up a bit more on the yellow wires on both flashers (not on the ground wire) and do you have any idea what that red plug is?
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Resistors aren't doing anything if they aren't using the yellow/black wires for the signals. Just dimming the led.

Red plug is your data port. Used to scan the bike with a data reader.

If you want to keep your signals running/signals you are going to need resistors for them to work with the integrated taillight.





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