Question about 2006 Honda NT700V Deauville ABS
Where should I connect the wiring of the box's break light? Can you please give advise? Sorry for my english, I am Hungarian.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
These are the wire colors and what they each do on the rear end of your Honda: Green is always ground. Green with a red stripe goes to the brake light. Brown with a white stripe is for the tail light. Light blue goes to the right turn signal. Orange goes to the left turn signal. If you need a power source for a license plate light, hook that to the brown/white tail light wire.
Now take your new setup and find out what each wire hooks up to, using a continuity tester. Place the test lead on a wire and place the other test lead in each light bulb socket until continuity is confirmed. Use some masking tape and a pen to label each wire's function. Note that the tail/brake light socket will have two contacts inside.
Posted on Mar 06, 2010
Your bike should have 3 main wires in the rear even if they split to power 2 bulbs each.
1 for brake light
1 for night rear light
1 for ground.
Your trailer should have additionally 2 more for the turn signals.
Posted on Jun 19, 2009
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