I've bought some auxiliary spot lights to fit to my SW Motech crash bars. I got a wiring harness which includes a handlebar mounted switch.
The instructions say to splice this into the parking light.
Can anyone tell me which wire this is please?
nice, I really like to search and found colored wiring diagram.
Why?, today while riding I got my bike into a pothole and instrument panel connector partially got disconnected. I did reconnect the plug and keep riding my bike w/o problem. Then 2 hours later I did adjust the clock and went back home. On my way home I noticed that the total millage counter was completely in DOTS. Trip 1 & 2, temperature, clock and reaming functions are working, except for the total millage counter. Once at home, verified all connections, pins were straight(not bend), did clean up the plugs/connector with Connector cleaner and haven't got a clue what is going on. Yes I start looking for a broken cable w/o success.
Anyway, if someone have a similar situation let me know how it was fixed.
I have 2 questions and they have to do with wiring, hopefully you will be able to educate me as I am a newbie.
1. Bought an after market set of turn signals with 3 wires (1 is for DRL at front AND STOP at tail). I am planning on using a posi tap to connect to the OEM turn signal wires but then I will have the 1 wire left to connect. In the back I can find the tail light for that, but I in the front I have an issue with the DRL. My idea was to actually use a posi tab also to run the DRL wire to the DRL from the headlight (which I dont know which one it is either, so that's a question in itself), but then they will turn off if I use the actual light at night in think (??) and I would like for them to stay on as long as I am riding. Suggestions, ideas, tips?
2. I bought some LED spotlights (1.5 amp) also that I would like to run at night and I was planning on using an AMPLINK or something like that, so I could eventually add all the other stuff in there as well. What I would like to achieve though was to be able to run those lights as DRLs (less intensity) and with a switch being able to run them fully on at night. Is that doable? If so, I would take suggestions.
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