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Unread 10-26-2010, 08:59 PM   #21
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Figured out the horn. Jump blue w white stripe wire and orange wire. Let me see if I can figure out which two for the rear brakes.
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Unread 10-26-2010, 09:02 PM   #22
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Figured out the horn. Jump blue w white stripe wire and orange wire. Let me see if I can figure out which two for the rear brakes.
Jump the Brown, White, and Yellow wires to each other.

Example.... Brown to white will light up the driver's side brake light, brown to yellow will light up passenger side light... both only with pedal depressed and activating your brake switch with keyswitch "ON".... Jump brown to both and both lights illuminate with pedal down....
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TahoeDawg, you are the man! Brake lights and timer is working great. This saves me having to by the turning signal to make it all work. Even better, nothing works with ignition key turned off. Thanks a mill bro.
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No problem. Sorry it took me so long to nail it. It just hit me all at once. Glad it worked man
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TahoeDawg just deciding if i should go with the horn on the floor or just get the turn signal which as you know plugs right in to the harness. Might want to go that route cause I ride a lot in my neighborhood and wouldnt mind having the turning indicators. Just hate the fact that you can see the cables running down the steering column. By any chance can you quote me on that original CC turning signal. I believe its item #102567101. I got a quote for 150 plus shipping which I know is a good deal. thx again
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I can't quote you anything... I'm not a site sponsor. Check with them. There are plenty of reputable sponsors on BGW that would be more than happy to help you. I'm just here for advice.
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My bad, guess I overlooked that. Thanks again man!
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Unread 10-27-2010, 07:34 PM   #28
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so i finally got everything hooked up and wired. Rear lights, timer, etc. are all working nicely. Lights do not function with ignition turned off but horn (foot horn style) does. I can live with that but it would be nice if it was also killed with the ignition off. thx
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so i finally got everything hooked up and wired. Rear lights, timer, etc. are all working nicely. Lights do not function with ignition turned off but horn (foot horn style) does. I can live with that but it would be nice if it was also killed with the ignition off. thx
That's correct. The factory wiring is designed this way. The only thing that doesn't work when the keyswitch is off is the brake lights. Everything else works anytime, unless there is a 48 to 12Volt converter installed. Then the keyswitch activates everything.
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