Turn Signal Buzzer
By Jessie Sharp
Feb 3, 1999.
Put the turn signal buzzer on today. Works great and plenty loud. It's about twenty minutes of work.
Part: part number K11-2158, made by NIKKO out of Japan. Available at Honda dealers for about $11.30.
1) Mount the buzzer.
Remove the expansion tank under the left side cover. Mount the buzzer on the existing six mm bolt that holds the battery box. That puts it close to the flasher relay.
2) Wire to flasher relay.
The flasher relay is mounted in a rubber mount and comes right off and slips under the mount and pulls out so to get to the wires. A little tight but it works.
Cut the wire tape to see the wires just behind the relay plug. The black wire is switched power, the gray wire is switched from the turn signal switch. Bare about 1/4 inch of wire, but do not cut the wire, only cut the outer material. Solder one end of the buzzer wire to the black and one to the gray. Tape and enjoy.
Ride with your turn signal singing.
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