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In the front wireing harnest connecting to the turn signals,which one is the neutral wire?
I'm trying to connect a single wire turn signal into the dual wireing harnest.
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If you've got your owner's manual, there's a wiring diagram in the back.

Failing that, three different wiring diagrams I have for Monsters show the black wire is the ground. Right signal is White/Green, Left signal is White/Black.
 

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Thx speeddog,
I lost my manual :(.
Correct me if I'm wrong but what've understood is that black is groung (neutral)?
i dont know &%$# about electrcity ;)
Right signals = white/green, would green be ground?
left signals= white/black=groung?
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Thx speeddog,
I lost my manual :(.
Correct me if I'm wrong but what've understood is that black is groung (neutral)?
i dont know &%$# about electrcity ;)
Right signals = white/green, would green be ground?
left signals= white/black=groung?
Thx again
You can download an owner's manual from here:
http://www.ducati.com/bikes/manuals.jhtml#my2000

You are in luck, it's the only online manual that has the wiring diagram.

I confused you:
There should be 2 wires coming out of each turn signal. One will be a black wire, that's the ground.
The right signal will have a wire that is white with a green stripe, in addition to the black wire. That's the positive wire.
The left signal will have a wire that is white with a black stripe, in addition to the black wire. That's the positive wire.
 

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Thx dude,
I was confused but it's all clear now ;)
I guess i'll avoid the black wires ;)
 

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You're welcome, glad I could help.

Good luck. Post some pics when you're done?
 
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