Turn signal module adds an auxiliary brake light and running light function to your existing turn signals for auxiliary rear lighting. Red lenses glow when the headlamp is on, and increase in intensity when brakes or turn signals are activated.
- Easy to install
- Kit simply plugs into your existing wiring harness
- Red turn signal lenses are included
- Meets DOT requirements
- Bullet Lens Style
Auxiliary Brake Light/Running Light/Turn Signal Conversion Kit is rated
Rated 5 out of
Better Visability from the rear
Does exactly as described, Running lights, brake lights, Flashers/turn signals. Very easy to install. Module and wire tucks right in under the seat securely. Brighter visibility from the rear. Nice upgrade.
Date published: 2017-11-16
Rated 5 out of
Great plug in addition
Bought this to get more light on the rear end. Simply plugged in 5 min. Works great. There is one annoyance, after a turn signal deactivates there is a few second pause till the light comes back to a running light. Not a deal breaker but I'm a little OCD just knowing it does it.
Date published: 2017-05-11
Rated 2 out of
This is definitely a flaw in there design. they have no fuse between the lights and the module. while rewiring my tail lights so that this would actually reach with the shorty fender on my sportster i turned the bike on to make sure everything was working correctly. when i turned it on it worked fine like it should. then i brushed my leg against it by accident and the module blew. i shorted it out. no big deal right? pulled my seat back off to replace the fuse that i thought it would have. nope. another 70 dollars I'm going to have to spend. make sure all your wires are secure and protected properly because theres no fuse protecting this 70 dollar module. when its not blown it works perfect
Date published: 2016-10-25
Rated 4 out of
I'm guessing it doesn't work with the 1200T because you have LED lights.
Bought the XL1200C and converted to LED's. This module doesn't work with LED rear running/signal/turn lamps. It only designed for analog lights.
C'mon Harley let's get a fix for this!
Date published: 2016-08-12