CAVEAT: Following post may be irrelevant; off-topic. Yet, it shares the LED turn signals topic.
A riding partner had LED turn signals; worked o.k., except . . . dashboard indicator light did not flash when signaling a turn in one direction; worked o.k. when signaling a turn in the opposite direction.
Problem lies in the directional flow of current through the LEDs, versus the two-way current flow through incandescent bulbs. The KLR wiring design, assuming incandescent bulbs, connects the dashboard indicator light for this either-way current flow, ineffective with LED turn signals when switched in one direction.
Solution: Diode implants, permitting the dashboard indicator light to accept current of either polarity. IIRC, one side of the OEM incandescent dashboard light must be permanently grounded, the other side connected to two diodes, each accepting current from its appropriate turn signals and blocking feedback voltage to the other turn signals . . .
Circuit online on 'Net.
Again, regrets if this post is of no relevance or interest.
Last edited by Damocles; 04-19-2016 at 06:16 AM.