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Can someone tell where (best place) to pick up the wiring to splice into the bike? 93 1500.

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depends if you want the uppers or lowers to flash

i installed mine under the trunk undertrim ( uppers flash)
 

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Yes mine too but I think it sucks unless you use LEDs with it.
Mine flashes the Goldwing rear lights and it is very subtle.
 

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Looking for a location to enable both upper and lower to flash. They have to have a common junction somewhere. Anyone done this?
 

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dingdong wrote:
Looking for a location to enable both upper and lower to flash. They have to have a common junction somewhere. Anyone done this?
Wigwag requires you to insert the unit in series with one lamp and run a new wire over to the other lamp.

That means your lower lamps and upper lamps would need to have extra wires run to separate the two bulbs from one common circuit to 3 individual feeds plus the series insert of the 4th.

Or to say it another way... the wigwag feed can be in any brake light circuit but the lamp sides coming off of the wig wag would need individual wires getting to the unit with both left sides tied together and both right sides tied together.

I'm not sure if more than one set of lights is legal for that. I know that the continuous flash sequencing is not legal in all states.
 

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Thanks for the assist. guys.
 

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dingdong wrote:
Can someone tell where (best place) to pick up the wiring to splice into the bike? 93 1500.

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There is a 22-pin white connector under the left rear corner of the seat. A green/red wire feeds power to all the brake lights on the trunk and saddlebags.

The 22-pin connector is white for the Aspencade and blue for the SE.
 

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dingdong wrote:
Can someone tell where (best place) to pick up the wiring to splice into the bike? 93 1500.

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There is a 22-pin white connector under the left rear corner of the seat. A green/red wire feeds power to all the brake lights on the trunk and saddlebags.

The 22-pin connector is white for the Aspencade and blue for the SE.

Thanks DBohrer! I already foundthe plug but that is what I was looking for.
 
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