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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 12-22-2012, 06:37 PM Thread Starter
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Default How to - install the MBW Turn signal load equalizer

Here is short install I did today on my 2011 Jackpot. I am putting LEDs on the front and rear, so I needed this LR-10 load equalizer from MBW. I installed the unit as MBW suggested, at the flasher unit. Remove the seat and it is located on the right side frame - inside. It is held on with a plastic push in fastener to the frame. I did NOT use the MBW wire taps, I soldered mine in place and used some black loom to dress up the wires. I checked continuity on the three wires needed, the Black, blue/red and Blue to make sure I had it right. I secured it to the frame rail as suggested and wire loomed the loose wires. Looks -

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Here is the finished product
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Not picking on you.
I always try to cut wires at staggered lengths so if there is a bear spot there will be nothing to short out.
I use shrink tubing that you can get in different sizes to cover soldered wires. In some cases I will put some dielectric grease on the solder area before shrinking the shrink tubing that will prevent corrosion.

You did explain what you did very nice and great photos

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I can assure you that all those wires are well taped and insulated. Better than stock.


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Just got done putting the LEDs on front and rear - work GREAT and
look GREAT

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