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Help wiring L.E.D mirrors

Hi & hoping for advice - In Australia waiting for my l.e.d indicators to arrive from U.S.A. "Q" can I assume that the feed comes from the batt to the relay, to the indicator switch / hazards, before going to the indicators. If yes I will look to break into the wire in near the headstock rather than close to each individual indicators - make sense to anyone????? Advice - anyone else done this allready??

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I had not considered tapping as far back as you're looking. I used PosiTaps and went inboard of the quick disconnect for the OEM indicator so when the side panel with the OEM indicator has to come off there is nothing more to do than unclip that quick disconnect.


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Thanks for that - good idea - will see how much lenth is on the cables!
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Dickim,

Did not fix any LED mirror but LED turn indicators on the ZETA hand protectors.


Removed the pins from the OEM turn indicator quick disconnect.
Then wrapped the each wire around each pins and pushed it back in.
Works great at night.

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I had not considered tapping as far back as you're looking. I used PosiTaps and went inboard of the quick disconnect for the OEM indicator so when the side panel with the OEM indicator has to come off there is nothing more to do than unclip that quick disconnect.
I just bought a couple PosiTaps for such spontanious add ons. They came in the same box with the PC-8 fuse box and a few other things. Shopping at http://easternbeaver.com/index.html is fun.

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