|Above is a picture of what you’ll receive in the kit from Kuryakyn.
The top piece is the Load Balancer. The bottom piece is the controller. The
kit retails for approximately 30 dollars.
#1. Disconnect the battery ground wire.
#2. Remove the OEM turn signals and install
Silver Bullet lights.
#3. Remove the screw from the front of
the light and remove the retaining ring and lens.
Carefully pull out the reflector
assembly paying special attention not to touch the bulb.
(If the bulb is handled or touched,
clean with Isopropyl Alcohol prior to reassembly).
#4. Remove the single wire light socket
from the rear of the reflector assembly and install the dual
wire plug. Route the wires through
the original hole in the housing and to the small hole in the
bottom of the head light bucket.
Remove the headlight to allow installation of the Controller.
The head light bucket is the perfect
spot for the Controller and, if needed, the Load Balancer.
#5. Solder the supplied two wire plugs
with the Violet and Black wires to the wires coming from the lights.
It does not matter which wire
is connected to which, just that the two wires came from the same light.
#6. Plug the two wire connectors into the
corresponding plugs on the Controller.
#7. Cut off the six pin AMP connector from
the Controller and solder or crimp on male bullet connectors
to each of the wires. (If you
are going to install Kuryakyn kit #4864 or 4865 on the rear lights
you’ll need to install the supplied
Load Balancer. See step #10.)
#8. Disconnect the old running light and
turn signal wires at the factory installed bullet connectors.
This should leave you with female
bullet connectors on the Road Star wiring harness.
Connect the bullet connectors from
the Controller to the Road Star wiring harness in the following order: