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post #1 of 7 (permalink) Old 09-13-2015, 08:21 PM Thread Starter
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Question wiring crossover

I want to adapt a turn signal mirror that is only made for Harleys to my fury.
The mechanical fitment is no problem.
What I cant figure out is these LED turn signals only have one wire.
Is there a way to wire it up to our system ?

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I want to adapt a turn signal mirror that is only made for Harleys to my fury.
The mechanical fitment is no problem.
What I cant figure out is these LED turn signals only have one wire.
Is there a way to wire it up to our system ?
Should be no problem if you want to use for turn signals only. To use as running lights / turn signals you'll need to use Blinker Genie for Run and Turn with LED Signals on Motorcycles ? Custom LED
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Or you can make your own like this :

Dual Circuit Element Bareass Choppers Motorcycle Tech Pages

Its simple, easy, and cheap... Just buy an LED compatible flasher relay to slow the flash rate back to normal. You can buy one that is direct plug and play for about $25 from chromeglow I believe or you can buy one like I did and wire it yourself... I bought an EP34 flasher (make sure it says LED compatible) for $12 at Advance Auto Parts... Our stock flasher is 2 prong and the EP34 is 3 prong so just run the 3rd prong to the ground under the seat... My 2 cents... YMMV
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I posted a thread on this board in the DIY section on how to build your own diode circuits for this.
2 Wire LED Turn Signal Circuit (Running & Turn Signal Circuit)
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I will be the first to admit that I have NO knowledge about wiring.
That said, none of these solutions seem to fit the case. They all reference 2 wire bulbs/LEDs. This has a single wire coming from it. I am assuming it must ground on the body/stud of the light itself.

Maybe I am just misreading it.
Can anyone clarify how to make this work?
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There maybe 2 wires inside of that insulation or 3 or 4

The post could be a ground
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I will be the first to admit that I have NO knowledge about wiring.
That said, none of these solutions seem to fit the case. They all reference 2 wire bulbs/LEDs. This has a single wire coming from it. I am assuming it must ground on the body/stud of the light itself.

Maybe I am just misreading it.
Can anyone clarify how to make this work?

Negative is the frame of the motorcycle, when you install the mirror, the bolt with touch the frame. The one wire is positive + . You can test it by applying fastening mirror bolt to the negative battery terminal and wire to the positive.


this will work on Fury as on the fury negative is also on the frame.
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