cornering lights


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FUGLY
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cornering lights

Postby FUGLY » Fri Aug 24, 2012 3:54 am



ok i have the side off and am looking at the relay ...no green wires ..the only green wire (green and silver)comes off the loom to a 4 way block then to red and black into the relay is the green wire still the one to cut


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Re: cornering lights

Postby robb » Fri Aug 24, 2012 9:54 am

And the question was ???? What you trying to do. The corning lamps are not very good as driving lamps, totally different lense.

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Re: cornering lights

Postby WingAdmin » Fri Aug 24, 2012 11:17 am

He's trying to modify the cornering lights to stay on at all times.

The oldest schematic I have is for a 1994, and it still shows it as green.

The relays should plug into a four-position white connector (right side) and blue connector (left side). Out of those connectors will be a wire which is ground, and it will be green (as is all grounds on Honda bikes). That's the one that you want to cut.

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Re: cornering lights

Postby musinger » Sun Sep 02, 2012 5:12 am

On my 1990 GL1500se the corning light plugs were on the right side of the bike ( that is the right side if your sitting on the bike) near the horn just cut the blue and white wire and the orange and whit wire and they will stay on all the time when the key is turned on and shut off when the key is off.




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