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Hey guys, I picked up some of these turn signals used from one of the guys here. I noticed that that wires from the light to some interim connectors go from blue and red to black and red. However, the blue from the signal goes to red and the red from the signal goes to black. Those wires then terminate in a connector that fits into the connector on the bike. If the bike were AC, I assume it would not matter, but I figure the bike is DC. How do I check to see if the wiring harness did not get switched somehow? Does it matter? Will I short something out if it is wrong?
 

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The Oberon signals are LED, so if they are hooked up wrong they just won't work.No blown fuses. I installed 3 sets and had to use resistors to slow them down. Two sets on Ducati's and one set on a MV Agusta. They are a nice product.
 

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+1 on that report. I had the ones that fired to the front and rear on a Monster. You will need resistors. Quality is excellent.
 
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