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Does anyone know if there is an accessory (switched) wire and ground wire among the wires in the headlight housing of the Boardwalk? If so, and if anyone has a pic, it would be appreciated. TIA.
 

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Hey Akasjl did you download the shopmanual? All the wire colors and explanation is there.... It is quite easy to trace the wiring if you have some basic knowledge....

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Andre, I appreciate the response. If you mean the service manual, no I have not as I did not believe it available for download. If you mean the owner's manual, I do have that but don't recall anything outlining the wiring. I will go back and check however.
 

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Find Bbob forum member and click on the link in his signature.... There are all the service manuals, you don't need the exact year or model, just the closed one...

I printed this manual in A3 size and use it ALL THE TIME....

Let us know if you can find the 300 page thick manual download on member Bbob signature...

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akasjl

go to store buy a test meter and check wires. Yes the wires are in the headlight housing
 

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Thanks again everyone. Looks like I will end up using the "Handwarmer" leads for my purposes. What I don't see in the manual is if the female leads are of the 1/4" or 3/16" variety or perhaps one of each. Once I open up the headlight bucket I should be able to figure that out and get the appropriate male connectors.
 

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Never never trust victory's wiring. the power wire color on the left is not the same on the right.
Always use a test meter it will be your best friend.

please do what I ask in red letters
 

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Yes, a test meter is one's best friend with wiring issues. As it turns out, Victory's wiring was spot on in this instance. I used the "hand warmer" accessory wiring to install running lights on my Vic. This product from NAMZ is a plug/play unit that lights up the stock turn signals. I am very satisfied with the unit, and the staff over at NAMZ is fantastic . I took advantage and installed HIDs from VicHid and love the output on these bulbs, much better than stock. I am all for better visibility and being seen.
 

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