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post #1 of 24 (permalink) Old 06-21-2017, 08:46 PM Thread Starter
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I'm talking about Part Number 71400129

Ok, I give up. I've tracked down four of the six switches. Can anybody tell me where the other switches lead to??? Part Number 71400129

The left side is wired to fog lights, the accessory plug, and one unknown place.
The right side is wired to two plugs in the accessory plug and one unknown.

I have the service manual and see the P&A plug but that only has four wires (three switched and a ground). I don't see the other two unknown wires.

The pictures didn't work, but I tried attaching them to the post.

Can anybody please help with the unknown locations?

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post #2 of 24 (permalink) Old 06-21-2017, 08:51 PM Thread Starter
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Not sure why the pictures aren't showing up, but I'll try it again...
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Are you saying you have 3 switches on the right side of your fairing? I didn't realize there was a kit for that.

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On the CVO isn't one for the locks? Makes since it would be the same harness.
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On the CVO isn't one for the locks? Makes since it would be the same harness.
Two of them are for the locks. One is lock and the other is unlock.

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Are you saying you have 3 switches on the right side of your fairing? I didn't realize there was a kit for that.
Yeah, Two switch kits end up with 6 switches across the fairing. I attached the thumbnail. It's the non CVO
Ultra model so no locks. I just can't figure out where these other two switches go.
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Electric grips?

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Electric grips?
I was thinking about that, but the heated grips have their own switch on the end of the grip. Not saying it doesn't supply power there, but I don't think they would be double switched.

There has to be a wire somewhere that these other two switches activate. The switch kit also had a pigtail that runs fused power to a pin in a 3 position plug under the right cover. Weird....
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Are any of the switches momentary like for the harley garage door opener?

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Are any of the switches momentary like for the harley garage door opener?
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Negative. They are all the push on push off.
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