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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 09-17-2013, 03:42 PM Thread Starter
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Hope someone can tell me which wires behind the headlight I can hook a gps to ,which one is positive and which one is negative Thanks

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are you trying to go off the head light?

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Hope someone can tell me which wires behind the headlight I can hook a gps to ,which one is positive and which one is negative Thanks
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If u are hard wiring a GPS I would connect (tap) the wires at the 12v adapter (cigarette lighter) they are easy to get to.. red is positive, black is negative... the 12v adapter is turned on and off with the bike so will the gps.... hope it helps...

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Not nessesarily just want to pick up power under the fairing. I think the headlight is easy to get out so I could wire from there back to the handlebars

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Most folks wire to the cigarette lighter, not the headlight.

If you ever have electrical problems, blowing the fuse in the cigarette is no big deal...

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