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Wiring diagram for control harness

Does anyone have their notes or a picture. I have both, but I can't make any sense of my notes and the pictures suck. I am 98% sure I have it right, but don't want to find out later that I botched it. I did a search and couldn't find anything and before everyone asks...no, I don't have a manual and yes, I need one. Thanks.


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I have some pictures on my computer at home. They are not labeled, but they are in the order they need to go if that's what you need. Once I get home after work I can post them up.
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I have some pictures on my computer at home. They are not labeled, but they are in the order they need to go if that's what you need. Once I get home after work I can post them up.
Anything will help. Thanks.


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Are you looking for the hand control harness pictures? Plugs under the fairing? I have some off of my 2012 FLTRX if that would help...
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Your welcome. Glad I could help.

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The one most commonly mixed up is the white w/stripes on the right side. You will know if go you to start the bike and it just sits there. I have no first hand experience with this, just the word on the streets. ;-). One other piece of advice-don't put the outer fairing on until you double check that EVERYTHING is working. Again, I have no first hand experience with this, it just seems like the best thing to do.

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The one most commonly mixed up is the white w/stripes on the right side. You will know if go you to start the bike and it just sits there. I have no first hand experience with this, just the word on the streets. ;-). One other piece of advice-don't put the outer fairing on until you double check that EVERYTHING is working. Again, I have no first hand experience with this, it just seems like the best thing to do.
I plan triple checking everything because I do not want to do this again. Hasn't been a fun time. You guys use dielectric grease on the pins before you plugged the harnesses back up?


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