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post #1 of 15 (permalink) Old 03-29-2016, 08:45 PM Thread Starter
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Default Elecrical plugs tied to the back brace under the back fender

Does anyone know what the are fore.

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One set is for a side bag power outlet , an accessory so to speak , I have added a powerlet power outlet to mine and powered it with these wires .... I believe the other set is to add a rear amp .....

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I believe they are for powering the tour pack brake lights and power outlet.
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I believe they are for powering the tour pack brake lights and power outlet.
I think the tour pack plugs in behind the left side cover ....
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I think the tour pack plugs in behind the left side cover ....
True...I tapped into it to power my extra rear running/brake LEDs.

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Side cover is tour pack under the back fender is anti-lock brakes.
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It is amazing the number of different answers you get from a simple question. Many of the above answers are incorrect. Just saying.

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It is amazing the number of different answers you get from a simple question. Many of the above answers are incorrect. Just saying.
Why don't you enlighten us , Mr. Wizard ?
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Mr. Wizard says

I think you were correct mags. I just find some answers to questions to be right out there and are not very helpful to the person asking the question. If you don't know taking a guess does not help.
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It is amazing the number of different answers you get from a simple question. Many of the above answers are incorrect. Just saying.
So enlighten us.

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