Question about Yamaha Motorcycles
Further to coming off my Yamaha XJ900F, I am in need of some assistance please. Upon crashing the front right-hand indicator broke off, so does anyone know how to wire a new one in please? I've checked through Google Videos, but can't see any videos there, so any assistance would be much appreciated please.
There is not much to it the new light should come with new wires the colors should be the same just match up.
Posted on Feb 03, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
This is the best i can do, its the manual in photo form. You can enlarge using any photo editor.Good luck. Rate me if i've helped you. thanks.
Posted on Mar 26, 2009
check all your male and female connections on your wires for corrosion and also make sure they are matching with the right colour coated wire
Posted on Apr 25, 2009
The flasher unit is made to flash 12 volts on and off only. The turn signal switch is what is used to direct that flashing 12 volts to the proper signals.
The flasher unit:
First wire is a ground. Middle wire is the send to the turn signal switch. The last wire is 12v positive (with key on). When you flip the switch to the left, it makes a connection between the left turn signals and the middle wire of the flasher unit. The flasher unit then "sees' a load and starts flashing 12v on and off at the middle wire. When you flip the switch right, it makes the connection between the right signals and the middle wire of the flasher unit. Again, the flasher unit "sees" a load and starts flashing.
Posted on Jul 22, 2009
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