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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 07-10-2009, 01:32 PM Thread Starter
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Front left blinker wire colors/3 wire

Need to replace the blinker/running light on my 1999...3 wire

The bike has

Gray
Blue
Brown with stripe

So which is the running , ground and flasher wire?
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post #2 of 5 (permalink) Old 07-10-2009, 02:54 PM
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Brown w/ (yellow?) stripe is ground
Grey is blinker
Blue is running

If ya have a volt meter, you can easily confirm this.

Here is the wiring diagram. It's a little large, but easier to read that way...


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I just got done putting a buzzer on for the turn signals and this is what I found out.

black/white = ground
blue = running lights
gray = turn signal

At less that is how mine is. To check for sure turn the key on, turn signal on and unplug the gray wire, the running should stay on and turn should stop.



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Well, I should have read Buzzin's post closer.



2000 VN750
gray and black
13,265 when I picked it up


Relocated R/R
Marbled
Relayed coils
Volt meter (Relayed)
Blue accent lighting
Iridium plugs
Turn signal buzzer
Highway pegs
Heated grips
Fork bag
Auburn leather saddle bags
Clock
Replaced front side reflectors with LED reflectors
Added LED lights to bottom of front tubes
Polished front tubes
Sylvania H4ST
DEKA MF AGM ETX15L
Regapped pickups to snug .020
TOC ACCT springs

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post #5 of 5 (permalink) Old 07-11-2009, 09:06 AM
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I'm sure the pictue will clear it up for you - have a 12-pack first so it makes sense.

Just did this myself, it's really is easy.

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