So I found instructions, my concern is there is no mention about the emergency flasher switch on the MK-3. Since I have done some changes to my signal lights I am quite familiar with the wiring, first thing to be aware of is the positive feed
goes directly to the Kawasaki flasher, which is mounted up front of the bike, I installed a 3 wire China flasher and have photos etc. in the How To forum. I added signal and flashing running lights on my BarkBusters.
As to wiring, with the exception of adding the foam and going by page #2 of the instructions which I have included, everything else should be done where the left and right signal light wires split from the harness . So the red STS is positive
switched power which is at the OEM light flasher & the black STS wire is frame ground or negative; the brown is STS wire that was from the OEM flasher going to the signal switch; white is right turn signal switch wire that went to right but now to STS;purple is left turn signal now going to left STS;green is now your new left turn signal wire; yellow is now your new right turn signal wire; blue is a input from the OEM flasher that originally went to the signal switch, now a input to the STS. So after all this to automatically cancel your turn signal switch because you forget to do it.
I have a very simple solution, and one day I may install it, I have had a 12 volt sonic alarm kicking around because I use to forget on my XL250 R to turn off the signal lights, the indicator was more or less non existent for the signal lights as there were street and dual sport was a conversion. You take 2 diodes and the backup alarm, each time the signal is on so is the alarm, people may pay more attention as they may be looking for a truck backing up, plus you could aim it at yourself so it is really annoying, reminding you. Cost under $20. I am not kidding
, I think I would add some sort of switch , just in case riding buddies get PD off .
For those interested, a link to what I think are the correct instructions along with cross reference colour codes per bike manufacturer