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I bought a integrated tail light for my bike a 2012 250. I went to wire it in and it does not make sense. I have the 3 wires coming out of it. One is the led connector , one blue wire for the one turn signal and yellow wire for the other. So for each turn signal from the bike there is a power and a ground wire. I'm stuck trying to connect them , anyone else come across this ? Thanks
 

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Okay so what you have is one blue wire for one turn signal one yellow wire for the other turn signal and the other is for the LED power. I am not sure about the third Wire for the power most have a direct connect or you take the connector out your OEM light and plug the new aftermarket light in then you have two other wires a blue and a yellow. Send pics with it. I can help you

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Well i'm guessing the big wire with the plug is a plug n play wire that plugs right into where u unplugged ur original light.
The other two i'd say splice into your original blinker lights wires.
I know if you do away with your original blinkers on some u need to add a resister in there somewhere. That i'm not real sure of, but i'm betting that Bytteme dude will come on nnn tell u more soon.








 

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That is correct the big wire in the center is for the power and the ground for the rear brake light but it also acts as the ground for both the blinkers therefore the yellow and the blue or the power wires for each of the blinkers what I would do is use a T TAp connector without cutting off the stock connector that way in case you need to add to your stock blinkers back you can easily twisted throttles brings me smiles
 

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So when I wire the yellow and blue wires in, what do I do with the signal ground wires? Splice them into the led connector? Thanks
Nothing at all. The ground is being used by the main ground of the light. You don't have to splice anything that is a ground. Again t tap the signal wires of the stock blinker wires with which ever. Yellow or blue side blinker u are using. U can check it before t tapping by hooking the main connector up then turning a blinker on. Insert the yellow wire into the plug of the blinker. One on the two wires will cause the blinker to work. The t tap that wire.

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