As I had mentioned before, I was in over my head as I am with anything electrical. Should have let the mechanics install it for me.Glad it helped to identify the problem, now all you have to do is figure out if its your turn signals and why. Just curious but did your new signals come with 3 wires or only 2. I hooked up my led's to the front with the 2 wire kit (terminating the 3rd wire which is used for running lights) and this is when I heard the noise. Put the stock lollipops back on with all 3 wires connected and it was quiet again.
Something to look at if you have changed out your signal lights and are only running 2 wires.
After reading your post, you've got me wondering. There were plugs from the Custom LED (rear) light that went with the plugs from the left and right directional lights. Then there was a single gray wire which my understanding was that it had to do with if I went with the toggle for customizing my flashing. I passed on that toggle as I don't need a freaking light show. I left that gray wire unattached to anything.
The integrated tail light was working great. I just wish I would have checked to see if I had lost my head light right then and there or if it blew later when I had the beavertail ripped up inside the wheel well when the tag bounced down and caught the tire. We (the mechanics and I) suspect that the wires from the tag light may have touched each other when they were exposed from the tag and beaver tail passing through.
Definitely a :banghead: experience but I blame it all on my lack of skills with anything electrical. Beautiful day out and the bike's in the shop...they said they'd try to have it done by today. I'm praying once the headlight is back working, maybe that sound will be gone.ray: