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Third eye works no rear signal or brake lights


The high mount brake light gets its own signal from the brake light switch (on the brake pedal). Or at least the wire leaving the brake light switch will splice, one wire to the high mount brake light, and the other for the rear brake lights is routed through the turn signal switch, and coordinated there with the turn signal wires to the rear brake lights. The brake wires and turn signal wires share the same wire, and same filament in the bulbs. It is kind of complicated, but brakes applied with no turn signal, brake light wire goes from brake light switch through the turn switch and out to the bulbs. If brakes applied with turning signal, non blinking brake light wire goes from turn switch to rear light, while the turning signal wire will go through the flasher relay, and then to the rear light to cause blinking.

I hope that makes sense. It appears the problem may be in the turn signal switch for both the turn signals and the rear brake lights.

Mar 14, 2015 | 2007 Dodge Ram 3500 Quad Cab Laramie

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Fuse blows when I turn on the right turn signal.


whichi fuse? only when right turn signal. not left. ?

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Aug 27, 2011 | Honda VT 1100 C Shadow Motorcycles

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I need to know how to wire up my signal lights for my 1984 honda shadow vt700c motorcycle


All Honda turn signals wire the same. The wires are color coordinated and the same on all models. Sky blue wires are for the right side and orange wires are for the left side. The running lights the same colors (blue on right and orange on left) they just have a white stripe or a white band on the blue or orange wire. The most important thing to remember is the turn signals have to ground to the green wires in the harness not to the frame. If you do not ground the signals through the wiring harness you may have issues down the road. Every motorcycle I have purchased that had a windjammer fairing on it, had to be rewired. The turn signals had not been wired using the green ground wires and they did not work correctly. The turn signal should be flash brighter than the running light. If the running light is brighter than the turn signal the offending front signal is wired backwards.

Mar 03, 2011 | 1984 Honda VF 1100 C

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Left Turn signal wiring color does not match wiring schematic?


Honda uses Green for ground, and orange and light blue for turn signals.
A white tracer on the front turn signal wire is for the running light.
It is possible that a replacement turn signal may not have the same wire colors as the original.

Jun 28, 2010 | 1985 Honda VT 500 C Shadow

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Signal lights on R1 don't work...


Though I can't recall what the wire colors are for your bike's turn signals, here's how to figure it out: on the turn signals that you bought, first determine which wire is the ground by removing the light bulb and then checking to see which wire has continuity to the turn signal's metal bulb socket base.
Then find out which wire is the running light and which is the turn signal by hooking the ground wire and one of the other wires to a 12 volt power source. Which ever wire makes the brighter part of the bulb light up is the turn signal - the dimmer one is for the running light.
On the bike, match the turn signal wire to the bike's wiring that is 'hot' with the turn signal switch on. Plug the running light wire from the turn signal into the bike's wiring that is 'hot' whever the key is on. Hook the turn signal ground wire to the bike's ground wire(s).

Dec 03, 2009 | 2001 Yamaha YZF-R1

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'06 Boulevard c50T - how do I replace left frnt turn signal


replace the turn signal which should come with a new wire and replace clear down to the wire connection(should even be a clip connection). don't worry about re-soldering

just order the new signal, wait for it to arrive and see what you're getting into before messin wit it

Sep 20, 2009 | Suzuki Boulevard C50T Motorcycles

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I need the wire color code for a 1999 toyota camry o2 sensor


Well - I'm not sure which one you mean - front or rear - here is a wiring diagram that should help you though.


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Sep 18, 2009 | 1999 Toyota Camry

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Replacing signal lights on a 1992 sportster that has 2 wires on the original lighting to a bullet style turn signal that has 3 wires.


The two wire system is for a turn signal only unit. The three wire unit has a turn signal and a running light in it. Remove the turn signal lense and you'll probably see a dual filament bulb. The two wire system is shown as an "International" wired model according to my book. One wire is the "hot" wire (Brown) and the other is a ground or earth wire (black) on the bike. On the turn signal unit, probably all wires are black. You can use a VOM to determine which wire is the ground wire or you can just try hooking them up in different ways until you find one that works.

May 14, 2009 | 1993 Harley Davidson XLH Sportster 883

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Turn signals have been disconected


is the wiring stowed near where the old signals were? if they are, is there a common color wire between all 4 signals?

if there isn't a common color and you are handy with a voltmeter (set to ohms with the buzzer on), you can ring them to ground (an unpainted frame bolt) to see which ones buzz. those that buzz to ground with the ignition off are the ground (negative) wires. the other is the turn signal wire.

the last step (assuming either the rear signals or front signals are a 3 wire system) is to find which wire is for running lights and which is for signals to flash. if you only have 2 wires at each signal, then skip this step.

set the voltmeter to DC volts (20v range is fine), turn the bike to the on position (don't start it), keep the turn signal switch off and place the positive lead of the voltmeter to one of the 2 remaining wires and the other to the ground wire (you just found out which is ground in the previous step) and see if the voltmeter jumps to at least 11 volts. if it does, then you have just determined which wire is the running lights wire. if it doesn't, then move it to the other wire to see if that makes the voltmeter move.

repeat at the other signals that have a 3 wire system.

good luck.

Feb 02, 2009 | 1998 kawasaki ZX-7R

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Wireing new mirrors with LED lights to the exsting signals.


If the wires from the mirrors aren't long enough to reach the signal lights, extend the wires with similar guage wires long enought to reach the signal light wires. Make sure to make a good connection when lengthening by useing the same kind of connections that are used to connect your singnal light wires so that you can take your mirros off and disconnect them from right behind where you mount your mirros instead of haveing to disconnect them from way down by your signal lights wires. You can splice into the wires "positive and negitive" to where your signal lights plug into. DO NOT splice into the wires that come off when you remove your singnal lights. That way you dont have to splice and resplice when you have to replace signal light housings. Not that hard really.

Dec 04, 2008 | 2003 Suzuki TL 1000 R

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