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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 03-02-2017, 05:47 PM Thread Starter
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Help identifying led ground effect kit

Hey guys and gals, I need some help identifying what led kit I have. My FLTRUSE came with led effect lights that didn't work. I took the seat off and found a crushed wire and a blown 10amp fuse. The crushed wires are on a pigtail from the controller box. There is no marking on the box. I have pictures of the key fobs, broken wires and the controller box. What say you?


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post #2 of 5 (permalink) Old 03-03-2017, 12:29 PM
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I had something similar installed on my V-rod to remotely control the air ride. The key fob and box are just generic wireless transmitters and receiver used as a switch. Usually around $20 on amazon. I'd just solder the crushed wires back together.
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Its a Chinese model. I have the same controller for mine with completely different LEDs on my Can-Am. Can't you just repair the wiring and reroute them out of harms way?
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Did a repair on my buddys bike yesterday from the same thing. I soldered in extended the wires, and rerouted them. His fobs now turn his leds on whenever he wants. We couldn't kind any markings on the box either.


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I went to see if I could make this repair today and low and behold there was an unused plug that was taped over. I unplugged the damaged pigtail popped in a good 10amp fuse and now my lights work just fine. I ended up taping the damaged pigtail up and put everything back together. I will probably go back and make the real repairs to the pigtail when I get the proper parts. None of the auto stores around here had what i needed so I impatiently bought what they had to make it work.
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