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I have a 2015 Road glide special. Trying to hook up the flash2pass module to headlights. Anybody know what other wire besides the ground I need to tap into? They are all colored with a stripe.
It was very simple on my 2010 Street Glide.
 

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I have a 2015 Road glide special. Trying to hook up the flash2pass module to headlights. Anybody know what other wire besides the ground I need to tap into? They are all colored with a stripe.
It was very simple on my 2010 Street Glide.

Exactly the same way as your street glide as far as I know. High beam wire and ground wire.
 

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Beware the CAMBUSS!!!! All wires in the grouping MUST be the same length or nothing will work. Been there done that, I learned the hard way, know what I mean?? Not familiar with your situation using a module. Would be interested in your solution.
 

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Thanks for this info, I just bought a 2016 RGS and I'm wanting to do the same thing.
 

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I have a 16 RGU and it has the F2P on the low/high beam switch.. I was wondering if I can swap it with the "Trip" button as I think thats a bettter place to have a F2p (more accessible with a flick of the pointer finger)
Im wondering is its as simple as switching the Pins...
 

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Just give F2P a call. I did when I pulled it off of my 04 RG and installed in my 15. They told me the wire to tap and that the signal when pushing the High beam button is so quick that the Cammbus doesn't see it and is not affected. I can't remember the wire to tap and not about to pull off my outer and I certainly won't rely on my memory at this point. Anyway, installation went as instructed and it has been working for a year now perfectly.
 

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I finally got around to installing my Flash2Pass in my 2015 Road Glide Special. I was waiting until Harley had a chance to look at the fairing gap before I started taking the fairing apart myself. Install went pretty smooth but I got lucky by guessing which wire was the high beam. Works great and I have more room in my left glove box. I have to give a shout out to Klockwerks, their video on installing their vent screens was a big help in figuring out how to get the fairing apart and back together.
 
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