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Why are trailer LED running lights too bright? 2005 Jeep/2007 Harley. FIXED!! :)


brake lamps and parks are swapped
brakes are the high current lamps and much brighter.
you have them backwards.
AH ! LED lamps
and you really mean
the brake are too dim,,and parks are too bright.
and what is it not.?
it's not the jeep putting out too much voltage to TAILS. sorry its 13.3v to 15v running, on all cars.

what is it.?
well the lamps for tails/blinks are low power LED lamps. (like there relic cousins)
and brakes are higher intensity LED lamps (by LAW)
same with incandescent, (LED dont change DOT laws on candle power, sorry)

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How do you connet 3-wire aftermarket signal lights to 2-wire lights?


The question is can you wire an after market 3 wire light to a bike that came factory with only 2 wires the after market lights with 3 wires are blk for ground purple turn signal and blue for running light and the bike factory wires blk for ground and purple for turn signal. so where do you hook up the blue wire at onto the bike so i can have running and brake lights ?

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Brake light stays on all the time


There are two brake light switches on your bike. One for the front brake and it's located in the right handlebar switch housing and a pressure switch that is usually underneath the bike somewhere for the rear brake. You can find the rear brake light switch by following the metal brake line that comes out of the rear brake master cylinder until you come to a switch with some wires on it. On the older bikes, you could unplug the wires to see which switch was holding the light on. If the brake light goes off when you unplug the wires, it's this pressure switch that has the light held on. If the light stays on, it is the front brake light switch. On your bike, check for looseness in the front brake lever. If the lever and pin are worn, this will cause the lever to not depress the switch in the side of the switch housing facing the front brake lever. Your front brake switch may be broken. Odds are that the front brake switch is the one causing the problem.

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Steve

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My brake light on my 06 Softail standard is always on as if my brake level is depressed.


There are two brake light switches on your bike. One for the front brake and it's located in the right handlebar switch housing and a pressure switch that is usually underneath the bike somewhere for the rear brake. You can find the rear brake light switch by following the metal brake line that comes out of the rear brake master cylinder until you come to a switch with some wires on it. On the older bikes, you could unplug the wires to see which switch was holding the light on. If the brake light goes off when you unplug the wires, it's this pressure switch that has the light held on. If the light stays on, it is the front brake light switch. On your bike, check for looseness in the front brake lever. If the lever and pin are worn, this will cause the lever to not depress the switch in the side of the switch housing facing the front brake lever. Your front brake switch may be broken. Odds are that the front brake switch is the one causing the problem.

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steve

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I have a 2000 roadking. the brake light is not working but the tail light works. changed bulb there is power going to the brake light switch an u can hear the relay clicking when you hit the brakes. but if...


To begin with, there is no relay for the brake light. That thing you hear clicking is a circuit breaker. You probably have a short circuit between the rear brake light switch underneath the bike and the brake light itself. If the tail lights work, then you know what circuit is ok.

Look at your rear brake master cylinder. Find the metal line coming out of it going to the rear of the bike. In that line, under the bike, you'll find a pressure switch. This is the rear brake light switch. The front brake light switch is located in the right side handlebar switch housing. If neither switch works the brake light, odds are you have a short circuit in the wiring from the rear brake light switch to the rear brake light itself.

Good Luck
Steve

Feb 25, 2011 | 2000 Harley Davidson FLHTCUI Electra Glide...

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How to wire for a hitch behind the bike for a trailer with lights


Wiring a motorcycle for a trailer is exactly like wiring a car or truck for a trailer hitch. You have to determine what type of lights you want on your trailer. You brake lights, turn signals, and tail lights. So, you get yourself a test light and connect the alligator clip to a good ground.

Now, on the backside of your rear fender is all the wires going to your brake light / tail light assembly and your turn signal lights. Now, I don't have a schematic for a late model FLH but it used to be the red wire was the brake light, the green wire was the tail light and you had a brown wire for one turn signal and a purple wire for the other side. The turn signal wires were actually gray wires with little brown or purple "bands" around the wire out near the bulb.

Step on the brake and use your tester to probe the wires until on lights up. Release the brake to verify the correct wire for the brake lights. Now turn on the right turn signal and probe the wires until you find one blinking. That's the right turn signal wire. Do the same thing to find the left turn signal wire. Now, you shouldn't have very many wires left. So, turn on the headlight and probe until you find a wire that lights up the tester. Now, at this point you should know which wire is which on your bike.

The trailer should have come with a wiring diagram. If not, you'll have to look at the light sockets on the trailer. You should see at least four colored wires. There should be one color wire on one light that is not on the other side light. These are turn signal wires. One color to the right, one color to the left side. Now the other two colors should go to both lights. One color is the brake light wire and the other is the tail light wire.

Now, that you have all the wires identified, simply buy the little connectors and start connecting the proper wires to each other. You'll be trailiering in no time. Good Luck and ride safe

Jan 28, 2010 | 2006 Harley Davidson FLHR Road king

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Brake lights stay s on


check the wiring harness from the break light to the main harness , sounds like the the wire is moving and possibly shorting on the frame..

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