On Tuesday, April 10, 2018 at 8:46:37 AM UTC-5, Kyle Munz wrote:
>
> The LEDs don't create enough resistance for the flasher unit. There are 
> kits to add resistors inline to please the flasher but that defeats the 
> purpose of LEDs. You can also get a new flasher unit that works off of a 
> timer rather than resistance. Or, you can go back to bulb style turn 
> signals. 
>
>
> -Kyle 
>
> On Thu, Apr 5, 2018 at 8:24 PM, Derek Paquette <nala...@gmail.com 
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>> Hi All,
>>
>> I feel like an idiot. I hooked up my LED turn signals in the front, 
>> besides an increased flashing time no issues. Took apart the rear. Hooked 
>> orange to orange green to green, matched all wires. Now turning signals 
>> will not work at all. I disconnected the rear and the front do not work. I 
>> have a 93 Honda Nighthawk 750. Any ideas or suggestions.
>>
>> Cheers,
>> Derek
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