Please read these
instructions, completely, before starting.
Items you may need are something that resemble the following:
Please note that the instructions are for a seat with an existing 1"x3" access hole in the bottom. For seats without an existing hole, please refer to, modifying your seat, for help before continuing with installation.
When referring to the left, right, top, bottom, front, back or side, it is in relation to the seat being on the bike in riding position.
Placement of the device is preferably located at dead center where you sit on the seat. It is most noticeable and comfortable in this location. Installing the device too far forward may cause the unit to operate less effectively, as a result.
If, at any time, these
instructions are unclear, please stop immediately and e-mail us
for assistance at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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easy part. The wire is run from the seat area down to behind the right
“side” cover. Carefully remove the side cover (see owners manual) and
put it someplace safe. Start by running the wire from the seat area down,
to make the connection below. Use the zip ties to hold the wire at both
ends so it doesn’t hang anywhere.
The wires from the device connect to the Orange and Lt. Blue colored wires. (Fig. 3) The bike wires are in the big, clear, rubber, connection protector thing under the side cover. Each of the two wires has it’s own plastic connector. Right below the “rubber cover” thing, there is a black plastic box with wires on it that it is in your way and can be moved. There are two tabs underneath it. Reach under the mount and squeeze the tabs while lifting the box and move it away. Push the large, rubber cover up out of the way. Connect the device one wire at a time. Use some needle nose pliers to grab the metal connector on the wire from below, and with your other hand, hold the wire connector from the top and gently pull the connector apart. A slight twist will help. Look carefully at the bare metal end that came out of the bottom of the connector. There is a hole going through it to the tip. Slide the device wire up in the hole till the stripped end is sticking ¼” out the tip, (half of what is stripped will stick out). Fold the bare wire down against the connector and insert it back into it’s other half as it was before. Once again, using the needle nose pliers will help to push it back in. Make sure it goes all the way in. Now, repeat with the other wire. Polarity is not an issue. It will work either way. Be sure the device wire stays in place while each connector is going back together.
There are also squeeze type connectors included if you want to use them instead. They have a straight through wire slot for the wire on the bike to go in and a dead end wire slot for the wire you are adding. You do not strip the wires for this type of connector so you must cut the bare part off. Place the wires in and use the pliers to squeeze the metal connector down into the crimp and flip the top over to lock it.
should now be secured and attached everywhere and considered “done”.
Get on the bike, start it up and turn on the signal switch. You will feel the device buzzing, on and off, in sync with the signal lights. The device is less noticeable when the bike is not running. If you have to make adjustments, do it now and do it carefully.
ever fails to operate, but your signals are still working, check the wire
for damage resulting in a break in the wire.
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