Motorcycle LED Turn Signal Light with Electronic Signal Relay

A pair of 14 LEDs motorcycle turn signal lights work with the electronic relay.

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Using a double contact relay to make a Hazard Setup on turn signal lights
Please visit my website for more information: This 5-pin double contact relay is ideal to make a hazard light system from a normal turn signal system. Very handy for motorcycles that don't have hazard light originally equipped with the bikes.

How An Automotive Relay Works and How to Wire 'Em up
What happens inside a relay isn't magic, but it is important. Understanding how the relay works will help with diagnosis and modifications to vehicle systems.

Electronic Turn Signal Blinker Flasher Relay
Electronic Turn Signal Blinker Flasher Relay works for both LED and filament bulbs. Constant blinking speed regardless number of bulbs in the system. Perfect replacement for load-resistor type old blinker relay.

How to Make a Relay Turn Signal
How to Make a Relay Turn Signal Get the Book at Amazon: Get the Android Book-APP: HR&feature=search_result#?t=W251bGwsMSwxLDEsImNvbS5hcHAuYm9vay5BT1RTUERGSkZ WUUNUWVVRSFIiXQ.. Get the Kindle Book: f=sr_1_1?s=digital-text&ie=UTF8&qid=1358529593&sr=1-1&keywords=Automotive+R elay+Circuit+Guide Turn signal circuits are often an area of trouble for technicians. In all cases, the turn signal switch is also in charge of the hazard lights and to make matters worse, the hazard and the turn signal switch is often a separate unit. Here in this section, we'll not concentrate on the hazard switch, but simply explain how to wire the entire turn signal system. The idea is to offer a way to make the turn signals operational if you have no parts available, due to the vehicle being out of the parts market, being too rare or just due to the high costs. In actuality, this wiring arrangement can be used even if you have no turn signal switch, which would then be substituted using standard buttons or flip switches. This circuit also employs a regular flasher unit right at the 12 volt input. The flasher unit feeds both relays. This is done for the sake of efficiency and to reduce costs. The only drawback to using one flasher is that whenever the hazard is activated, the lights will flash at a faster rate. Let's analyze this circuit: Power is fed from the 12 volt supply, through the fuse and to one side of the flasher unit. The other side of the flasher feeds terminals.... Get the whole story right now in this video...Enjoy... Amazon Printed-Books & Kindle: d-keywords=mandy+concepcion Google Play Android APPs: Amazon Video DVDs: -keywords=mandy+concepcion Barnes & Noble Nook: tore=allproducts Apple iTunes iPad: