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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old 11-29-2018, 01:28 PM Thread Starter
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Replacing aftermarket turn signals

So, my wife hates the tiny little turn signals the previous owner put on the rear of the Roadliner. Admittedly I don't either. You can't see them day or night and are about the size of a dime. I bought two oem used signals (that she doesn't know about yet, shhh....) but one of the wires on each is missing the connector. Before I go tearing into it over the winter does anyone know what kind of connection the oem wiring uses, spade, bullet??

Now if I can just locate a pair of front oem signals...
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Ah, ok. Cool...if that picture is accurate it looks like they're bullet style connectors. Thanks coker!!
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