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LED Indicators

I have bought some LED indicators x4 and a LED 2 pin relay. I have heard that perhaps im gonna have to mod the wiring a little in order for the LEDs to all come on at the same time. The problem is that do I need to connect all 4 indicators to check if I need to do the modification

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Or can I disconnect OEM indicators and connect one up to see if it works ok. Basically I dont want to rewire the bike for the indicators not to work!! just installed my LEDs a couple months back. All I did was to change the flasher relay that you can buy at local auto store for less than $10 bucks. and add resistors inline that are 8ohm 25watt. You can get the resistors from radio shack. i only needed to install the resistor on the front indicators. I didn't do them all at the same time. So, the rears worked fine with just the flasher relay for me but depends on your LEDs. Be safe and just get the resistors and relay and all will work just fine. And you don't need to rewire your bike. ....The problem is that the LEDS do not pull enough power to trip the relay to flash and the resistors correct that. And do them all at once..,,,

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