I'm working on the wiring of the indicators on my '72 Honda CB750. I don't have the manual and I've also had a really tough time finding the manual online (I've found a '73 but there seems to have been some pretty significant changes between '72 and '73 in regards to the electronics).
I've taken some pictures that I've posted below to hopefully get some clarity. If you all have an answer that's great but I also understand that there is a degree of troubleshooting I may need to do so even just getting pointed in the right direction in regards to how to test all of this would be great. I have a multimeter and other electronics tools if there is any use for those.
Before I get into the pictures, the thought I'm having is that I most likely need to:
• Connect the wires coming from the main light to the indicator 'controller' (into the controller; am I right in assuming these are the right wires to power this?).
• Connect the indicator light itself to the out current from the controller.
I imagine it's that simple, I'm just have trouble identifying which wire is a ground wire, and where the current is coming from, etc. etc.
Thanks so much for any help, I'm just diving into this thing headfirst so any advice is greatly appreciated. Thanks!
Here are the pictures:
The light with indicators that I've installed (not yet wired)
The light works when I flip the switch. There are two wires coming out of the light with connectors. I'm assuming these will power the turn signals? There is an orange and a green wire. This link: http://www.cruisercustomizing.com/guides/motorcycle-lighting-and-electric-guide indicates Green = Ground, Orange = Left Turn Signal, Light Blue = Right Turn Signal. Am I missing a wire?
This is the actual indicator switch which I took apart to investigate the wiring. Obviously the red and green control the different sides but I'm not sure about yellow and black.
And here are the ends of those wires:
Finally, I have the light itself. The light itself has a black wire and black wire with a white stripe: