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Signalminder Problem Hi Guys, I just installed a Signaminder SM-1 on my 2003 Bonneville yesterday afternoon. Just the plug and play, no options wired up. Went for a ride this morning and everything was fine and dandy. Half way through the ride the signals packed up. Got home put the original signal relay back and now the signals are working OK. Anybody had similar problem with the Signalminder? Cheers

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  • harvard217 Feb 17, 2009

    I'm installing the Signalminder SM-1, where did you wire in the three wires from the signalminder itself, and could somebody help me with the color codes, The instructions are something out of IKEA. I just want to know, I have everything else done, but I don't think wires I've hooked up to are right and before I go any further I want to know where other people have tied in.



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Do you have the jumper switches set correctly? I can't think of anything else, unless you got a defective one. There's nothing to do but set the jumpers and plug it in.

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