Moving it forward today but hit a puzzle on the LED turn signals. See the "crescent-moon" stripes on the left and right sides? Those are the turn signals. The light comes with the normal 3 prong connector, hi, ground, low plus a single wire for each of the left and right signal plus a third wire for daytime running lights. The turn signals I'm taking off have of course two wires each. Assumed something inside the bulb unit was ground, so I just attached the positive wires from the turn signal leaving the ground wires hanging.
Nope, not a glimmer.
Hooked in those LED diodes that make the rear turn signals work fine (since each bulb is two wire).
Still not working, but I only connected the positive wires as the ground has nowhere to go.
Disconnected the rear turn signals completely but didn't help. I have the LED type 3post flasher relay installed - got one with adjustable speed!
Read all 275 reviews on Amazon for it, two mentioned that they got them to work on something besides a late model Harley and that it was tricky. 10 more gave up and sent it back.
Here is the brief comment that doesn't make sense to me from a guy that got it work on a 90's Ducati Monster -
"took some savvy wiring to figure out the turn signals to work but when I applied both blinking + and a constant negative to the blinker wire, only then did it function correctly. "
Anyone know what this means? Is he saying to twist both the negative and positive wires together from -say- the left turn signal and connect to the single wire from the light for the left turn signal?