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Worked great until it quit working 3 1/2 months after installing it.
They did say they would swap it out for a good one.
Just sitting on downtime now and running out of good weather :cry:
They must have been popular, they won't have one for a couple of days?
 

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There's no need for down time. If yours is set up like mine just remove your seat, snip and temporarily tape the end of your wiring connections, then reassemble. When your new module arrives simply reinstall it. This will allow your brakelights to function so you can ride. Also they're sold even at dealers for about $40. or less if ya don't wanna wait. T.
 

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When you re-install it I would suggest doing it like mine. I put spade connectors on every wire I had to cut. If it fails on the road I can just unplug it and re-connect the original wiring. As an added bonus if I sell the bike I can easilly remove the wig-wag.
 

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Wig Wag

nludvigson,
Yes it is, but some of the wiring splices are made into the harness underneath your rear fender. The module is approximately 2 inches wide X 2 1/2 inches long X 3/8 of a inch thick, it's tiny. T.
 
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