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Author Topic: Blinking Farkle Issue  (Read 297 times)
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Road Toad
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« on: October 21, 2017, 04:46:59 AM »

Hey Guys and gals,
I am having an issue setting up my lights and I am not sure what I'm missing. I have a 2001 Honda XR650R that was "made" street legal by the previous owner. I'm trying to add in front blinkers and when I hook up my front blinkers all the lights dim and  the front don't flash or even power up. I am lost as to what I am doing wrong or if the battery pack I'm using does not produce enough amps to run the system. I will link the parts I'm using below and a diagram of how I'm attempting to wire it. Any Ideas or help would be much appreciated. Not sure on the Amp draw or limit on the items been digging just no luck as to what is being used or produced as of yet (blew my amp fuse in my meter being a dummy). 

http://a.co/7MFeePA Hand Switch
http://a.co/9F5rcRT The Front Blinkers (shown to use 5.4w on 12v so I think about .5A)
http://a.co/gQ1OTf7 Brake and blinker combo (25w so about 2.1A)
http://a.co/2JRKUTj Horn (shown to use 1.5A)
http://a.co/1i6wwGk Battery it produces 12v 15A output
http://a.co/8Z1Z8iv How I get the power off battery cut in half and bullet crimped
http://a.co/aXkrtgB Flasher relay (max 42W adjustable to .02A to 12A)
http://a.co/8Z07FbJ Other flasher relay thinking other was the issue not the case

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Road Toad
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« Reply #1 on: November 14, 2017, 03:58:24 PM »

it can be frustrating, what I usually do is mock  up the circuit on the shop floor. in this case a battery, the flasher unit, then the two way switch and all four lights. set it up and use a separate wire as a "ground"to each separate lamp then to neg side of battery.  this is your basic circuit minus the fuse. good luck.
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