I have a stoopid question and want to know that I'm not missing anything completely farken obvious... I bought some Oxford LED indicators today, and went to install them when I got home (yes, I know what time it is) - plugged them up on the front with supplied resistors, went to test and no joy. Rear still working, stock unit works straight off stock wiring AND off resistor outputs. Multimeter for continuity over new indicator wires and nothing. So it has to be the new lights, right? I have to have continuity for them to work, and if originals work off resistors they are OK... I'm not that dumb, am I? Will be taking the units and my multimeter back to the shop in the morning, but don't want to go in spewing flames if I've done something completely idiotic... How/why could a brand new set of indicators (tested both units) designed to survive the rigours of being installed on a bike be DOA? They are sealed for life too, so no chance of getting in and sussing out details.