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Fog light electrical question


Rlynn10304
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On the throttle side of the bike are 2 aux connectors. A 3 pin and a 2 pin. What i want to do is have fog lights that are on and off with the bike. No switches no circuits, bikes on lights on. 
 

can anyone point me to the power lead from eastern beaver or ebay that will accomplish this.

 

or if this is not possible then the simplest way to run it, maybe inline fuses or something. 
 

help a new guy please!

 

i have the mount and the lights already. Just need the power. 

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About half way down the page you want:

Power Leads for Aux Light Connector (DIY aux lights etc)

That connector/line when plugged in to the stock aux connector on the right side is a 3 wire (BLK/YEL/BLU) and has a +/- and a Ing Trigger (blue wire). I used this 3 wire aux plug to power my GPS mount (just used the +yellow/-black) and then I used the blue Ign Trigger wire to run back for my PDM 60. Now all future power needs will go via the PDM60.

 

Cyclops makes a light kit that uses the same 3 wire aux connector on the left side that will come on with 50% on low, 100% on high with no switch.

 

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