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I just installed a new light switch box on my 2003 kawasaki ninja 250r and now my blinkers work wen i turn my key on but i have no power to the ignition or the headlight. There are 2 female connectors under my handlebars I do not know if they connect to something because i dont see any males for them to go into. Please help its my birthday all i want is my bike to work so i can get on the road.

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The wires from the switch should be color coded. The same is true of the wires for the signals, headlight and switch. Just hook up the like colored wires

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