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    CB750 Addict Skelee's Avatar
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    Auxiliary lihhtd

    Finally hooked up the lights. I have wiring harness with fuse and switch. I will wait and test them.

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    I have those on my BMW. Interesting mounts. Did you make those?

    It looks like they are on your fork sliders...

    What did you connect them into for power?
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    I bought them on amazon i bought handle bar swtch but i need help. Switch wires are black(+), brown(-) and blue(equipment), relay wires are blue, black and white?
    My guess wss black to black, blue to blue, brown to white. I must be wrong.

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    Mounts:
    https://amzn.to/2Zgv1nc

    Lights:
    https://amzn.to/2ZfhqN7

    Harness:
    https://amzn.to/2XomOvE






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    That's weird that the black is +.

    The Germans (Porsche/VW) did that before though. Where brown is negative. Brown is earth, therefore it was ground.

    Your link shows it has red, black and a white for the harness. The link also shows a grey (presuming black), red and a white.

    With the switch and relay hooked up, do you get a black (positive) and brown (negative) output? Check with a meter.

    The LED lights will only work with positive on positive and negative on negative. They won't work like a light bulb would if you switched polarity.

    If you don't know which one is which on the bulb. Check with with a fused line directly to the battery. If it doesn't work one way, swap positive and negative to the LED. Then you will know which is which on the bulb.

    I hope that makes sense.
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    Sorted out thanks! I blew fuse too. So vedict is blue to blue, black to white,brown to black.
    Once i test the height of lights and angles i will do a pic.
    Thanks all

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