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sixbey

03 wr 450 wiring questions

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Okay you wiring gurues. I am almost done wiring my wr to make it street legal. I have 2 problem I can't figure out. Mainly with hooking up some led indicator lights. :thumbsup:

1) Where can I wire a neutral led indicator light into. I have tried going from the neutral switch for the positive lead and ground to the battery. But no results. (That would just be to easy) Tried some other wirers off the cdi unit and diode. But still nothing. I remember reading some threads about using a different ground but that was on a yz.

2) Next is the headlight. I wired up the low beam to be on as soon as the key switch I added is turned on. Then I wired to high beam to turn on when the original light switch is turned on. It works perfect. The only problem is when i wired the led indicater light to come on when the high beam is turned on it does not come on.

thanks for any help!: :lame:

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If you are using a true LED remember it has a + and - lead. Also you may need a resistor in line with the LED to give it the correct milliamp. If you can put it across the battery and they work then this is certainly not the problem.

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If you are using a true LED remember it has a + and - lead. Also you may need a resistor in line with the LED to give it the correct milliamp. If you can put it across the battery and they work then this is certainly not the problem.

the leds are working fine streight off the battery. just don't know what wires to connect the positives to. I would assume any ground will work but not 100% sure. HELP A BROTHER OUT!!!!!!

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