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HD Auxliliary turn signal conversion kit

 
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Old 12-09-2017, 10:58 AM
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Has any one installed HD's auxlilary brake light/running light/turn signal conversion kit? I mean this one:

I am having trouble plugging it in although it was supposed to be straightforward. Here is the module that's in the box:
But here is what I see when I removed my seat and inspected the existing plug:


Am I looking in the wrong place? Or is there extra hardware I need to buy?

Thank you.
 
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2007 XL1200L by the way. Thank you!
 
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the purple, orange w/white stripe, brown wire you see in your pic, follow that group of wires to get to the plug you need, those wires go to your turn signals/brake light etc
 
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Cool, I'll do that first thing in the morning, thank you! Too dark right now.
 
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... follow that group of wires to get to the plug you need, those wires go to your turn signals/brake light etc
Yup, that was it! Thank you again.
 
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Glad you got it figured out, having more light behind you definitely makes it a little safer!
 
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Glad you got it figured out, having more light behind you definitely makes it a little safer!
Yup. And with that, the winterization of my bike is now complete! The other change I made was adding a wisamic headlight. Now I'm ready for winter!
 
 
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