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post #1 of 5 Old 01-15-2014, 09:16 AM Thread Starter
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I am planning on replacing my turn signals with aftermarket ones.

There is lots of information about doing the changeover and the types of turn signals to use.

The aftermarket signals I have have "bullet" connectors. Can you buy the Suzuki brand connectors somewhere so that I don't have to do a any more wiring than I need to?

Also, I'm not very electrically knowledgeable. Is there a name for the connectors?

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post #2 of 5 Old 01-15-2014, 09:40 AM
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I'm not sure, but check with Eastern Beaver Products..........he might produce a little pigtail adapter?? I know I've seen some on the internet somewhere???

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See if "Suzuki Turn Signal Wiring Harness Connectors Adapter Plug" on eBay look right. $10 delivered. Buell turn signals are often used as replacement for Suzuki signals.

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When I swapped out my rear turn signals I picked up a pair of bullet to Suzuki connectors from Lockhart-Phillips, part number 122-9654.

I see they are out of stock now.

LP USA TURN SIGNAL CONNECTORS SUZUKI/YAMAHA SINGLE FILAMENT :: MARKER LIGHT CONNECTORS :: TURN SIGNAL ACCESSORIES :: Turn Signals :: Lockhart Phillips USA

Do a Google search on "Suzuki turn signal connector" and it should turn up a couple of other vendors.

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I got mine from Ebay.

If you are going to LED turn signals you can get the LED flasher from Ebay too.

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