Join Date: Nov 2017
Location: South-Central Kansas
BH#103, I really appreciate your feedback. Itís all over my head, I just enjoy trying to find the fine line between learning something without breaking something. I want to make sure I understand what you are saying. You are turning your driving lights on with a switch mounted in the #1 position of your faring panel and you tied the lights directly into the turn signal harness. Does that mean your bought a single HD auxiliary switch, and a plug and play harness for tying the lights to the turn signals? And there was no splicing, is that correct? Your switch came with a harness that plugged in under the seat, correct? Trying to tie that in to what Iím doing, which I think is the same thing, only I bought a 2-switch kit. So much to understand with this kit. One connector goes to the left side, power on a right-side connector, and two more items on the harness are labeled ACC-1 which is a connector and another labeled AC-2 which is 3 wires ready to power up something. So far I have been unable to establish what each of them actually does. Like I said, a video could make all the difference in the world, so many such thing would sell so much better if HD would just show guys how to install without having to pay to have it done.