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post #11 of 17 (permalink) Old 04-08-2018, 10:07 AM
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#30 is the power source. Hot with key on.

#87A is the NC set of points for the blue in your case.
#87 is the NO points for the red in your case.

#85 and #86 go to the power from the brake lights and the ground in any order.

Pump the brakes and you will have people pulling over. Good part time job. Actually they probably won't bother you. Unless you get just the wrong guy.
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Sounds like a cool setup. When you get it working, show us some pictures please.

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I made a mistake in the color code of the brake wire at C10 connector. It is the green/red wire that is for the brake. Sorry about that. DBohrer caught the error and brought it to my attention. I have corrected the original post. One of those senior moments..... again!
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I thought a Goldwing was invisable to police cars and even so, we can outrun them anyway, right?

This has all really helped, and I thank everyone.

Just one last question. Could some one tell me which wires go to 30 86 87 87A and 85 on the relay. I think I know lots of stuff, but not that much stuff. You know what I mean.....

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Pumping breaks would only be seen from back so doubtful that anyone would pull over, unless maybe they are blonde
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Pumping breaks would only be seen from back so doubtful that anyone would pull over, unless maybe they are blonde
I was just pulling his leg. I know that it faces the rear.

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I figured that, but so any that didn't aren't confused or worried about it. Too many blondes out there who might have believed it
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