I have changed both front and rear on my 2018 scout bobber, front no problem at all, but rear a bit harder.
My electrical system is a canbus version, I’m guessing a 2015 scout is as well it’s a electrical system thats that’s been around for a few years now and I would be surprised if it didn’t have led indicators too!This is what I would do: first you need to confirm if you have led indicators or not.Unplug your indicator from its wiring connector, grab yourself a multimeter and switch it to continuity like the test light with a buzzer function,Get your indicator wiring connector from the indicator side and see if you have continuity between the pins on that plug, put the multimeter on either pin and see it it buzzes, (has continuity).Now reverse the multimeter on the same pins and do it again, check for the buzz again, if you have an old incandescent globe the multimeter will buzz with the multimeter reversed both ways on those two pins, if only one way then you have led indicators, remember an LED stands for “light emitting diode” and diodes only allows power one direction through a wire.Once you know what you have it should be real easy from here.If it turns out the old indicators were led, try the new ones straight up, cut the connector off and splice to new indicator and plug it in, if it works and all indicators are flashing at the normal speed you are done!, just do your other indicator and your finished, just make sure you use solder and heat shrink and do it right.If the speed is wrong (hyperflash), it can be too things, resistance based or canbus based but try that first and let me know how you go as theres no point writing it up if not needed, my finger is getting sore lolShane.
I swapped out 2015/16 indicators fo ARC LEDs and used mini relays, looks better, far brighter and worked straight up.
front indicators were swapped straight out for LEDs worked perfectly.
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