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I have a 05 suzuki sv650 .. im trying to hook up some LEDs in the front and dont want to go all the way in the back with the wiring for power and ground. so i was going to splice into the turn signals jus above where im putting the lights.. well theres a yellow and black wire..Just guessing that the yellow is power and black is ground now i wanna be sure before i do this so do you have ne idea? or do you no an easier way to hoook them up? thanks

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Im not sure if you are UK based, but remember the turn signals flash, their power supply will receive an on/off supply from the indicator relay.
You do have your ignition up front, so you could trace a switched feed from your ignition switch (i.e. 12volts is found when you switch on).
For the earth return, you can use any ground wire (even the indicator one) in the 'area'.
LEDs draw very little current, so it is unlikely you will overload any circuit.
Good luck!

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