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Well, first off, what kind of integrator is it, what year is your bike, etc. etc. ROB LEE, GET IN HERE!!! MAN NEEDS ADVICE...:D
 

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I'll give it a shot. There ought to be some markings on the integrator or the wires coming from it. On the input side there should be more wires than on the output side.

On the input side you are going to attach all the wires that go to your stop lights, tail lights and both turn signals. You attach all the gound wires to the ground wire on the input side of the integrator which is usually brown or black. Then both stop light wires to the one marked stop light, both taillight wires to the one marked tail light. Next the right turn signal wire to the right turn signal wire and left to the left.

On the output side you are going to attach the two ground wires coming from the two bulbs of the taillight assembley to the ground wire on the outputside of the integrator. The you will attach the two wires from the to taillight bulbs to the one marked taillight. Next the wire from the right taillight to the one one the integrator marked right brake/turn and the left to the one marked left brake turn.

Where you cut the wires depends on where you will physically put the integrator.
 
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