Now that the potentially finger-severing moments are behind us, the rest will proceed rather simply.
Pass the wires through the slot on the pen, then squeeze it tightly so that it conforms to the holes in both ends of the turn signal. Like so:
At this point you should be able to see what’s coming next. Slide the pen halfway into the mount and halfway into the signal body. As long as the pen is not too big around, it should squeeze together neatly and bring the two halves together almost seamlessly.
That’s it, totally done at this point. For extra credit I did put on a bit of electrical tape to seal the seam and keep vibration from pulling the two pieces apart. I suppose, now that I’m thinking about it while writing, that I also could have plopped some adhesive in there as well.
I don’t think I expected this to work, much less be so easy. There was an added bonus, since I only needed half the pen to make the repair I have another “VN 750 Turn Signal Repair Kit” available. First comment requesting it gets it! =) One last look: