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post #1 of 2 (permalink) Old 09-07-2012, 12:31 PM Thread Starter
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Cyclone electrical problems

Hey, I have a 99 Cyclone which I'm customizing into a street fighter, I swapped out all the tail end lights and replaced them with some cool LED lights but I'm still having some issues with them. The wiring was a mess when I got the bike and some of the lights didn't work to start with. I used all the appropriate load resistors when I swapped them over. Anyway, my question was to do with the wires coming out of the wiring harness attached to the bike, all the wires are colour coded so it was easy enough to to hook up which lights go to where, but there were three black (presumably all ground) wires coming out of the harness. I hooked one up to the running light and the other two to each of the turn signals......is this correct or are all the lights to go to one black wire and the other two are for something else? Mechanically I'm not so bad but electrics aren't my strong point. Anyone have any suggestions?
Thanks a million.
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post #2 of 2 (permalink) Old 01-08-2013, 09:07 PM
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Hope this helps. On the 97 Lightning, the brown and black wire go to the R turn signal. The Violet and black wire go to the L turn signal. The Red/yellow wire, the Orange/white wire and black wire go to the tail light. These wires leave the P11 connector which is the last connector for these wires near these lights. Should be tucked up under the rear tail section. Your wires should be the same.
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