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    shock LED blinkers

    before these blinker i was running the turn signal eliminator with that trailer hitch adapter and stock front turn signals. Now with these two wire LED shock blinkers i can't get the wiring right to get the front blinkers to work. The flasher doesn'twork and the front blinkers are on all the time. Under the headlight i have left the orange and white / blue and white unhooked. please help

    #2
    What have you tried?

    I think the fronts are not working because there is a short or a not proper flow of current.
    In other words you have to get the rears hooked up correctly.

    I would try Orange as a ground but splice it to both rear tailights, Blue to right and blue white to left or vice versa. Let me know.
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      #3
      i have both tail light grounted together. Not sure what you mean by the blue and blue white but i think i do have a current problem. The way its now is i can get the back and front to blink and no running light only if i take the tail light fuse out. If i put it in they just stay light and the relay won't flash.

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        #4
        think i need to invest in a diode kit???? to make this shit work

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          #5
          You need to get at least two resistors (one for each side), which makes the blinkers flash quickly. Four would make them flash normal speed. Scroll down this page to find them.

          http://www.superbrightleds.com/cgi-b....30392&next=50

          There is also a zero load flasher relay that it looks like it will replace the load resistor setup. These guys didn't have this when I bought my turn signals. I'm going to try one to see if it works.
          A Honda amongst a sea of Harleys

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            #6
            problem fixed, i didn't wire my resistors up right

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