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I am putting the fairing back on after a paint refresh. Dumb question----Is there a right or wrong way to orient the plug from the wiring harness to fairing or does it only fit one way???? Thanks
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Fits only one way.

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It must only go on one way. I had my fairing off last winter and if anyone can get something on backwards it would be me!

If you can\'t fix it with a hammer, You have an electrical problem!!
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