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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 03-06-2014, 09:24 AM Thread Starter
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Since the weather is finally getting nice I'm going to install my GPS, my question is can I wire it to my accessory plug under the seat? If so what is the part number for the connector to wire it, thanks
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I ran mine straight to the main fuse panel. There is a spot for it, you just need to look up the install directions for the handlebar mount and it will give you the part number for the adapter wire to install directly to the fusepanel. If you do want to use the accessory connector, the dealer should have the plug. I went to my local dealer and told them I needed the opposite side of the plug and the service manager took care of me. If you want to order from the internet, I have ordered Deutch connectors from wireccare.com. It's a 4 pin Deutch DT Connector


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Or just wire it to the cigarette lighter wires. Much easier to get to.
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I ran mine straight to the main fuse panel. There is a spot for it, you just need to look up the install directions for the handlebar mount and it will give you the part number for the adapter wire to install directly to the fusepanel. If you do want to use the accessory connector, the dealer should have the plug. I went to my local dealer and told them I needed the opposite side of the plug and the service manager took care of me. If you want to order from the internet, I have ordered Deutch connectors from wireccare.com. It's a 4 pin Deutch DT Connector
same here, the lead to install into the fuse block came in the install kit...it works off the ignition lock
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I just ran a wire with a quick disconnect from the cig lighter up behind the speedo when Paul was swapping out my fairing. The quick disconnect will suit me well as I don't want a mount on my bike all the time for the GPS. TouraTech sells them for like $12.
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