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Hi everyone! I am not electrically inclined but am learning from everyone here on the forums. I bought a new LED brake light, rear turn signals, front turn signals, and a LED flasher relay. What sort of wires/connectors do I need to purchase and how many? I have seen connectors at Eastern Beaver and CustomLED but have no idea how many or what kind I need.

I am hoping to keep the stock rear fender.

Here is what I bought so far:
Any help is appreciated! Thank you very much all.

I wanted these for rear turn signals but they are always out of stock.
 

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Hi everyone! I am not electrically inclined but am learning from everyone here on the forums. I bought a new LED brake light, rear turn signals, front turn signals, and a LED flasher relay. What sort of wires/connectors do I need to purchase and how many? I have seen connectors at Eastern Beaver and CustomLED but have no idea how many or what kind I need.

I am hoping to keep the stock rear fender.

Here is what I bought so far:
Any help is appreciated! Thank you very much all.

I wanted these for rear turn signals but they are always out of stock.


You will need a pair of each for the front and back LED's. CustomLED sells them. Here. Also the Flash relay is good, just install it after you finish installing all the turn signals and brake signals.
 

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You will need a pair of each for the front and back LED's. CustomLED sells them. Here. Also the Flash relay is good, just install it after you finish installing all the turn signals and brake signals.
Ok, so 2 sets of the 2-wire (they come in pairs) and 2 sets of the 3-wire?
 

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Ok, I ordered 2 sets of 2-wire and 2 sets of the 3-wire, led flash relay, and no connectors from here. is there anything else I need?
 

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Don't forget to disconnect your battery before fiddling with wiring. You may find you blow a few fuses otherwise.
Haha will do. Already have the video ready that walks me through it, along with some extra fuses just in case :D
 
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