Flashed Wiring

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  1. Eric27

    Eric27 Member

    Jan 14, 2019
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    I have a 1977 t140v that has an issue in the wiring harness that affects the turn signals. When I turn the handle bars they work but stop when they are straight. I have determined that the problem is where the harness enters the frame. My quest is to bypass this and go directly from the flasher to the signals. I do not know where to connect the wires at the signals. Thanks
     
  2. EJT

    EJT New Member

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    Not sure if these will be legible or helpful. I believe they're for a 1973 but might help.

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  3. Eric27

    Eric27 Member

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  4. Wire-Wheels

    Wire-Wheels Elite Member

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    Just my opinion, I know. But I would think it would be easier to repair the damaged wire that re-route the whole curcuit. I would just solder up the bad section and insulate it.with some shrink tube. ...J.D.
     
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  5. Eric27

    Eric27 Member

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    Thanks for the feed back. The issue is in the part of the harness that is in the frame which is not accessible. I fixed the problem by re wiring from the flasher unit to the turn signals. One I found the right wires it was an easy fix.
    Cheers
     
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  6. Wire-Wheels

    Wire-Wheels Elite Member

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    Yeh...Sometimes these problems can be a real bugger to get to. :) ...J.D.
     
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