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Replacing Front Turn Signal

I am new here - but have an electrical question.
1994 750cc Vulcan.

I have never done any electrical work in my life. Bike dropped and front turn signal is busted. I have purchased an OEM replacement with all of the wiring etc. The bulb is intact so it's possible I will just have to replace the lens filter/cover. However, how hard is it to replace the entire turn signal. I believe that the wire connects through the headlight (I've watched one YouTube video). Is that where the wire connects or does it go further back on the bike?

When doing this work, do I need to disconnect the battery or does the power being off (no key in ignition) make that unnecessary?
Thanks for any and all help.
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