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Auxillary Connectors...how many?

Mark T700

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I'll be installing a GPS.  I want to use one of the provided auxiliary connectors.   On other bikes, I used the OEM provided two wire ignition-controlled auxiliary without problem.  Those bikes only had one connector to use if one wanted keyed power with adding relay or a junction box.


How many two-wire and three-wire auxiliary connectors are provided?  Are they all ignition switched?  Is the three-wire connector for heated grips or for CAN messages.  




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2x 2 wire, 2x 3 wire.

AFAIK all ignition switched.

3 wire for headed grips, no CAN.

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@Mark T700 The 2 connector plugs are switched/ fused 2A auxiliary leads. The 3 connector plugs are switched/fused 10A leads suitable for heated grips.  Wiring diagram is on the last page of this link.




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Has anyone used the four & three pin plugs under the seat?


They are labeled USB, CAN & IN. 


See photo


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