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I removed my vetter fairing late last year. Thinking I would get back to it in quick time. But cold and work kept me out of the garage. I stupidly did not mark my wires for replacement.

I re-installed fairing yesterday but now have no turn signals. Head light works(and dims), horn works. Everything worked fine before dis-assembly!

The farther I get into it the more I realize the less I know.

I have a wiring schematic, but with the addition of the vetter it changes all of the colors. Plus with trying this and that I have now totally confused myself and the issue.

I am attaching some pic's and HOPE someone can hook me up.



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Look inside the fairing and see what color goes to each turn signal. The running lamps should have the same color on each side and the turn lamps will be different. Don't forget the ground.

I think if you google Vetter you can find a web site with the wiring colors.
 

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The link didn't work for me and going to vetter didn't help

What I need are the bikes color to run the L, R and running lights. Vetter wires haven't been changed from original and I have all of the colors you describe from vetter fairing.

But where/what color do they plug into on the bikes wires? The fairing wires violet and blue are plugged into the same dbl female(orange), and I don't think I changed that one. But it doesn't make sense they would go to the same bike plug.

Which colors are the bikes turn signals, L & R and running.

I am not usually this dense, but



Thanks for the response

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Boulder cx

Thanks for the help.

You were mostly correct. Green didn't go to brown.

Also used my new carbtune balancer to adjust the carbs.

As a ex-Denver resident and hang glider pilot I know your city well. Great place.

steve
 
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