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Integrated tail light turn signal wiring

Hi everyone,
I’m hoping to get some assistance. Basically, I can’t figure out how to connect my left and right turn signal into the motorcycle because it didn’t come with plastic connectors. See picture and please advise, thank you in advance!

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I am not sure if my bike is in my profile so here it is just in case: 2017 MV Agusta Dragster RR and the integrated light in question is from Corse Design (smoked), only one they have available. Thanks.
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The integrated tail light/turn signals use a single common ground wire for all function. The 2 wires you have coming out if it for the turn signals will connect to one of the 2 wires from your harness in those white connectors.

Those connectors each have a common ground and a power supply to the right or left signal. Determine which color wire is found in both connectors. That is ground. Connect your turn signal leads from the tail light to the other wire in those connectors.

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I recently did the same upgrade to my F3 675. I ordered these

https://www.motovationusa.com/turn-s...it-rizoma.html

and made it a bit easier on myself. Also you may need resistors for the flash rate. I simply plugged the taillight into the adapter, then the adapter to the stock harness plug.

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Motorcycle Terminals, Connectors, and Wiring Accessories is a great resource. The connector on the blue wire is a bare bullet connector. This is very common for aftermarket signals. I personally always order the OEM male or female connector from that website, cut the wire, and put the OEM style connector on to make a cleaner looks. What @cccpNyC suggested is basically converting OEM type of connector to the aftermarket bullet connector. That should work just fine and is the simplest solution.

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