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Default Switched 12v source

Hello. I've searched but couldn't find an answer. I'm looking to install the autotune with the PCV. My question is where to power the autotune. It needs a switched 12v source but not sure where to power it.



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If you look through the install instructions for the PCV (not the AT), you'll notice in one of the pictures that there is an arrow that says "12V Auto Tune" on it. At the very end of the PCV instructions it tells you that the 12V source for the Auto Tune is the Pink wire in the accessory plug shown in that picture. It seems silly that they put this information in the PCV instructions rather than in the AT instructions, but I guess that's because the AT used on our bikes is a generic model as opposed to being brand/model specific.

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I looked at my instructions and no such saying. Any other suggestions? I have a 2009 Vegas.


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Sorry, missed that. It's in the second picture on the XC instructions, but that doesn't help you any. Lunaticrider just posted up a description and some pictures from his Hammer in the following thread.

https://www.victoryforums.com/showthr...t=66953&page=3

His is a 2012, but maybe it's still of some help?

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