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05-11-2015 11:19 AM
2intheshadow For those who are interested I solve the problem with Bareass Choppers dual element circuit wiring
05-08-2015 03:09 PM
Kury lighted mirror wiring

I have an H D fairing mounted on my 04 1300c and just installed Kury fairing trim mounted lighted mirrors. 3 wire, blk=grd, red= running, wht= signal. I can't get the lights to work with running and signal wires both connected to their corresponding turn signal wires. I've checked, to make sure I'm connecting to the running and signal wires correctly, I am trying to run both my current aftermarket filament signals and the LED kury set up. I either get running, or signal working only when one circuit is wired correctly. the only way I get both to work, is to connect ground, connect running wire only, jumper signal wire from harness to the same running wire. Although this makes all 4 lights work properly, it causes my stock indicator lights on my tank to be lighted constantly -flash when turn is used, and all my rear lights are super bright !!! I'm guessing that although it works, it's not right, and not sure what it'll do for the whole lighting circuits. I went for a 50 mile ride yesterday...all good, but I'm just worried that I'm asking for trouble. Any help would be greatly appreciated.

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