Remote System LED Wiring Diagram

electrical wiring diagram
  1.  Red on Battery to Fuse Holder
  2.  Fuse Holder wire to Red on Remote
  3.  Blue on Remote to Quick Connector 1 (positive)
  4.  LED Silvers to Quick Connector 1 (positive)
  5.  Short, White wire (antenna) on Remote to frame-mount
  6.  Black on Battery to Black on Remote
  7.  Green on Remote to Quick Connector 2 (negative)
  8.  LED Golds to Quick Connector 2 (negative)
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Remote Controlled LED Lighting Kit Installation Instructions
  •   Motorcycle LED Flexible Strip Installation instructions:
    1.  Disconnect the motorcycle battery (under the seat on most motorcycles)―note: Do not put your fuse into the boat fuse until you get everything completely wired up and are ready to test the light system.
    2.  Separate all of your LED Strips into separate piles―use the ground, or a workbench to separate, putting all the same size strips into separate piles.
    3.  Unwrap each LED strip individually and test the strip by attaching the positive lead-wire to the positive terminal on the battery, connect the negative lead-wire to the negative side of the battery terminal and make sure that each individual strip is fully lit. * Note: if you connect the wires and the strip doesn't light, reverse the lead-wires and connect them to the battery―they will usually light (sometimes the wires get reversed in the manufacturing process).
    4.  After you have tested, and with all of the LED lights working, you are ready to mount your LED strips in various places on the motorcycle with 3M double sided VHB tape.   You can hook up the LED strips directly to the battery to do some "creative positioning" with each strip by holding up a lit strip to your intended mounting location to see how well the lit strip will look in the location you desire to place the strip in.
    5.  After you have decided where you will place each strip on the motorcycle, you will attach the 3M double sided VHB tape to the side or bottom of the LED strip. This tape has protective vinyl cover on each side.
      1. First attach the tape to the strip. Then you wipe the intended mounting location with rubbing alcohol.
      2. You then peel off the protective vinyl on the mounting side of the LED strip and place it on the motorcycle.
      3. Route your lead-wire along the frame until you get it close to your battery location. You can use a piece of heavy duty weedeater line to tape to the end of your lead-wire with black tape to feed your lead-wire through the crevices to get the lead-wire close to your battery.
    6.  Do this with each LED strip, until all of the LED strips are mounted on the motorcycle in your desired locations.
    7.  Next, you are ready to connect your relay box to the battery. Your relay has 5 wires attached to it: 1 Red, 1 long Black, 1 Blue, 1 Green and 1 short White wire.
      1. The Red wire gets a boat fuse connected to it, then gets connected to your positive battery terminal.
      2. The Long Black wire gets connected to your negative battery terminal.
      3. The Blue wire is the positive out wire to the LEDs
      4. The Green wire is your negative out wire to the LEDs
      5. The short White wire is the antenna wire―strap it along the frame of the motorcycle to get a good distance of RF reception.
    8.  The Blue wire goes into 1 quick connector and the Green wire goes into the other quick connector [The blue & green wires go into separate wire junction boxes or connector boxes, (see picture)..].
    9.  After stripping all of your lead-wires to expose 1/2 inch of bare wire at each end, separate the negative and positive part of each lead-wire to about 4 inches up the lead-wire.
    10.  Connect all of your positive lead-wires together (remember you have 5 port holes in each quick connector―so divide the lead-wires up equally).
    11.  lift all of the levers on each quick connector.
    12.  place all of the positive wires into the quick connector with the Blue wire from the relay box.
    13.  then place all of the negative wires into the quick connector with the Green wire from the relay box.
    14.  Next you are ready to put a 5 amp fuse into your fuse holder.  Install the fuse into the boat fuse connector that is connected to the Positive Battery terminal.
    15.  After you have all of the wires connected up tight, and you are sure that you don't have any loose connecting wires, then push button "A" on your keyfob to light up the lights.
       ⇒A changes the 4 different brightness levels
       ⇒B selects flash/strobe
       ⇒C selects fade-in/fade-out
       ⇒D turns off all the LEDs

     Your lights should all be illuminated now. If not, check any wires for loose connections to any strips that are not lit.
     You are now ready to "GET OUT THERE"  and show off your new image.  Remember, that some states have laws that may indeed "Prohibit" these types of lights to be lit while you are driving on the road or highway.  In other words; check the laws in your state prior to riding on the road with your lights illuminated.  They are only allowed for "Display Only Purposes" in some states.  Check the laws before you ride―and STAY SAFE OUT THERE!!!