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    just bought 2 resisters for my flashers ..already got them on the front but still flash to quick(installed by auto electrician) so the ones I have for the rear each have 4 wires ...2 out each end ..how do I wire these in..do I simply split the 2 wires to each indicator and connect up 2 wires from one end to these and the other 2 to the other end I separated....cant be hard surely

    thanks :o

    symon
    Living the dream!!

  • #2
    Dont use resistors its a ghetto band aid fix, U can buy an LED flasher relay from Supercheap for about $25 that with a couple spade clips can be fitted very easily.

    If they are wired in correctly you should only need one resistor per side
    B19 Oakford V.B.F.S

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    • #3
      already installed a led relay
      Living the dream!!

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      • #4
        Yep, I have to use a Load Sensing Flasher Unit plus one resistor per circuit for my LEDS to work...

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        • #5
          I have a SCA brand electronic flasher relay in mine, these will flash the same speed weather you have one or 20 lights connected to it as its controlled by a circuit rather than a load sensing switch.
          My last 5 bikes I have ran the same relay in and never had an issue.
          B19 Oakford V.B.F.S

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