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2013-2017 GL1800 or F6b Wire Diagram Needed

As the title says..... Anyone here have one? I need a few details for a conversion I'm doing.


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this is the very first hit from Google

http://www.hondampe.com.au/docs/owni...1800F6B_13.pdf


this is the search link I used

https://www.google.com/search?q=hond...ient=firefox-b

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That link is for an owners manual and did not have a wire harness diagram.

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Still looking for the wire diagram for a F6B.


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You wouldn't find a wiring diagram, you wouldn't want it if you had it anyway. It would be about the size of a 2 car garage floor. What you need is an electrical manual, many pages of wiring diagrams.
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I agree, but I need to start somewhere.....


Only looking for the parts of the harness that Honda put in to hook the Hondaline heated handgrips up to (inside the right fairing lower). Honda stopped selling the kit for my 08, so I got a kit for the late model Wings, but the parts hook to the harness. The handgrips are fairly easy, two wires each (would like to know what one is the '+'), but the switch has three and I need to know how to make a sub harness for it (one has to be power out to the grips, but are the other two both '+' in or is one a '-').

The kit with the switch is cheaper than buying the two handgrips from Honda. I know I can rig the grips like the seat, but I like the Honda controller. It seems they use the same switch on other Hondas too.


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The problem may be they stopped making paper manuals and went to online PITA manuals like the cars, Helm inc. doesn't offer any manuals for it. On the grips it wouldn't matter which is + or -. If it's a variable switch it probably has a +, a - and a + output.

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......On the grips it wouldn't matter which is + or -. If it's a variable switch it probably has a +, a - and a + output.
Yes, I mentioned that and I agree on the grips, but I would still like to know what ones Honda used for the '+'.

As for the switch, my guess is one is a '+' the other '-', and hooking it up wrong might possibly damage the unit. Now if someone HAS info on what wire is what......



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If, as i said they went to online manuals you have to have a dealer #, technician # and a password and use IE to get in to Honda's web site, and it will crash your computer quicker than a virus. I would not do it at home when I was working & was supposed to take their silly online training. They are seriously trying to keep any info out of public view.

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No doubt on that, but my hope is that someone here has the info and is willing to pass it along....



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