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Electrical problem I can not get my bike to start up I placed a intergrated tail light and front turn signals I have no display no fuel oil nothing until I tested it with a test ligh hooked to the battery then it turns on the display and it still with not start. the front lights only has two wires and the factory wiring has three so I left the three hang and the tail light for the turn only has one wire so I thing it is grounded through the tail light. the problem is really pissing me off can you help please

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The best way to troubleshoot an electrical problem is to return the bike to it's original condition and get everything to work like that. Then (using the correct instructions) reinstall the accessories one at a time making sure each part works before going on to the next one.
The "extra" wires probably are not extra. They may be the ground wires, Honda dosen't ground anything through the frame. Be sure you (or the person installing accessories) knows how to work with electric components.

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