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Please disregard my last posting. I had my mind on my own wiring problems.
You don't NEED an equalizer, if you get a transistorized flasher.
The stock flashers need the higher current from the incandescent bulbs to flash.
If you don't use the EQ. which gives the flasher the current it needs, you will have to work your turn button in and out to make the light flash, otherwise they just stay on.
No harm, just no flash. Sorry about that last post.
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its cool thanx i appreciate the insight my flasher came with the harness so if I hook them up then it will hav to b manually triggered to flas????? thats cool im just tryn to get the basic stuff down so i can fire it and ride it, ill worry about that after i make sure itstarts, runs and the wiring is correct. thanx again ths is my first build so if i ask a stupid question then just charge that to me being a rookie thanx again
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I was hoping someone could tell me on the harness is the Aux wire "constant" or only with key on?
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I was hoping someone could tell me on the harness is the Aux wire "constant" or only with key on?
Should be, with key on.
easy to check with an OHM meter
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Confirmed that it is with key on....Thanks
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I have installed the ultima 18-533 wiring system but have no power to the grey wire to kill switch to power starter button anybody have a idea why . rest of bike has power
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Hi, I have the Ultima wiring harness part no. 18-533. On the schematic, it shows an 2 ignition wire, which doesnt show third wire connecting ? because I got 3 wire ignition witch.
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I also am having questions about the ultima 18-533. The schematic shows the 2 wires going to the ignition switch but to which terminals? And which one to which terminal. Also there is no reference to the regulator. Does it need 30 amp protection and then to ignition switch like normal. I have no idea how this site works and after trying to find a way to post a question this is the only place that came close so please excuse me if I am totally in the wrong place.
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