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Under the left fairing pocket there is a green 2 pin female plug with a cap on it. Anyone know what its for?
 

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Do you have light sets in your fairing side light reflectors?
 

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No. Assuming thats what its for does that mean there is one on the other side too? Could they be used to supply power for driving lights?
 

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That's what it's for. There should be another one under the right hand pocket. I don't think I would use it for driving lights, though. The wiring and fuse system will probably not be able to handle it.
 

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Yes that is what it's for and there is one on the other side but would be too much load on the circuit to power driving lights directly but could be used to power a relay for that purpose.


Didn't mean to step on you Mike, you type faster than me obviously.
 

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Hey, a little confirmation never hurts anyone.....:waving:
 

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Beware if you boost the watts down there, you can easily start smelling burning plastic. That area was not intended for much it the way of watts.
 

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Thanks for the fast answers. I'm really enjoying this 1500, leaves my old 1200 in the dust.
 

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One of the first things I did to my bike. Now, everything is plug and play, with plenty of capacity on it's own system. No added stress on the factory wiring. I'll get even a better boost when I go to the compufire. The heavier wiring and fuses are in place.

Didn't cost too much either. I already had most of the components. Rudy makes the instructions easy to follow, and like he said, you only need to do it once.
 

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on my 94 1500,under the left pocket is a auxiliary input jack for [ cd or ipod players ]. on your radio that is the "aux " knob
 

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on my 94 1500,under the left pocket is a auxiliary input jack for [ cd or ipod players]. on your radio that is the "aux " knob
It's my understanding that only the Interstate's had the aux plug. There's no such animal under my pocket and no aux knob on my radio panel.
 

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Only radios without a cassette player had the Aux. input jack.

John
 
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