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post #11 of 19 (permalink) Old 10-26-2012, 09:31 AM Thread Starter
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Just make sure when you finally get it working and fixed to route the cables so it won't happen again. Would hate to do all that work, just to have it happen again in a few months. By the way the pictures look you crushed the wires in the jacket. Do the OHMS test on the wires to determine which one is bad. Fix the bad wire, then wrap it all back up good to weatherproof it and give a little added protection for the wires bouncing around.
yea i bought the bike used over the summer and took the seat off to check the flasher which i replaced and found that wire stuck to the seat when i pulled the seat off thx AL

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Yeah you can splice it get some crimp connectors and some good 3m splice tape and wrap it good I personally would get heat shrink tubing and go that way with it. If it is the wire coming from your turn signal then you should only have 2 wires and they would connect to your main harness under your seat. If it would help in a little while I can get my seat off and post some pics of my connection for you to see. Let me know as I said before my bike is the same make and model so it might help.

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Yeah you can splice it get some crimp connectors and some good 3m splice tape and wrap it good I personally would get heat shrink tubing and go that way with it. If it is the wire coming from your turn signal then you should only have 2 wires and they would connect to your main harness under your seat. If it would help in a little while I can get my seat off and post some pics of my connection for you to see. Let me know as I said before my bike is the same make and model so it might help.

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that sounds good^^ cut the black sleeving open and get a better look at color of the wire and if its just a single ground wire or something. if its a ground it should be green most likely, and could be you flasher problam as well.

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pictures would be nice if its not a problem i am going to look at it over the week end will keep you posted and thanks for the info you guys are giving me a lot of forums just turn something good into a joke at least here you all are helpful thx CHEF AL

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I will get my seat of in the morning and post some pics for you then. I hope they will help.

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Got it fairlane when i get this other issue straighten out will let you know work really got me tied up PM sent thx AL

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Fairlane PM sent got the wires fixed think the flasher gone so i will have to get a new one thx everyone AL

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