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post #1 of 13 Old 04-11-2009, 02:05 PM Thread Starter
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I broke it...

I am working on integrating me turn signals into my tail light to get rid of the snow shovel on the back. There are 2 tail lights, each one has three prongs. I broke one of the prongs. Now I dont have my left tail light or brake light. Can I fix it or do I need to get a new part. Anybody have a piece laying around they want to send me?








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post #2 of 13 Old 04-11-2009, 02:09 PM
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Since I'm on my phone and the img is kinda small... I believe u just need a new bulb. At least that what I can make out for now, I'm sure someone will chime in for u.

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yup, that be all you need.

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Sweet!!!! I couldnt tell. And I couldnt get the light bulb out and I didnt want to force it

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yes just a new bulb only cost $999,999,999.99 from honda. good thing you didnt break something expensive.

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yes just a new bulb only cost $999,999,999.99 from honda. good thing you didnt break something expensive.

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Okay so I finished the wiring for the Tail light integrator. I did exactly what this guy showed and said to do.
http://www.hooliganbiketech.net/hond...frameindex.htm

I plugged all the connections in and turned on the key and tested the right brake/blinker (remember my left one is broken) and it pulsed but it was incredibly weak and when the lens cover was on it was impossible to see. Dad says it might be because we dont have both bulbs hooked up but that doesnt really make sense to me... What do you guys think?

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i think dad's correct..
My dads a really smart guy, I think he is to. It just doesnt make sense to me because it seems like they are on different circuits... I struggle with electric, I really have to work to understand it. I am trying very hard to learn as much as I can though.

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My dads a really smart guy, I think he is to. It just doesnt make sense to me because it seems like they are on different circuits... I struggle with electric, I really have to work to understand it. I am trying very hard to learn as much as I can though.
lesson 1... don't stick metal objects in light socket...

lesson 2... don't pee on electric fence...

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OKay sweet, I understand now. I have this electric thing down pat! ;-)

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