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This is the blinker with the LED board and the hot glue holding it in place. There are two black wires going from this board i built to the 555 timers the negative side goes to the negative track on the 555 board and the positive wire goes to the output pin of the 555 timer AFTER THE RESISTOR! the resistor is in between the 555 output pin and the wire going to the lights.
<p>I really like the idea that you have here for a turn indicator light set-up. I would like to know if there is any chance that you could provide a schematic for this project as I am not very bright when it comes to ohms law and such. I actually failed electronics when I went to school. If no schematic were available, would I be able to use your project idea (the manufactured turn signals, gutted) with this project </p><p><a href="http://www.instructables.com/id/DIY-Bicycle-Turn-Signals/" rel="nofollow">http://www.instructables.com/id/DIY-Bicycle-Turn-Signals/</a> ???</p>
Schematics please! They are easier to &quot;read&quot; than a written explanation. Cool looking project otherwise.
you should add a wiring diagram in here. i cant tell anything from the picture with the 2 555 chips in it.

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