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post #1 of 10 (permalink) Old 05-31-2015, 09:22 PM Thread Starter
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Extra wiring???

While searching for the blinker relay I came across a few plugs going nowhere. A couple in particular were inside the left fairing. What are they for? Can they be used for things like a USB charging terminal. I hate finding wires to nowhere. My OCD is freaking out. LOL
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post #2 of 10 (permalink) Old 05-31-2015, 09:28 PM Thread Starter
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Found a pic of it

Ran across this in another thread. This is what I'm talking about.
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I have my socket for 12v plugged in there like captain kirk did. There is a fuse under the seat that it goes to. I'm sure it's for a Kawasaki accessory but don't know which one.
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I have my socket for 12v plugged in there like captain kirk did. There is a fuse under the seat that it goes to. I'm sure it's for a Kawasaki accessory but don't know which one.
Thanks David. Good idea to use it for the 12v socket. That's what I was thinking too
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What year(s) bike are you guys talkin about?
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looks exactly like the plugs under the left faring on my bike, if so, its a gen 2. I would also like to know what they can be used for. can I put auxiliary lighting on them?

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What year(s) bike are you guys talkin about?
In an earlier post KevinRU says his is a 2014.

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What year(s) bike are you guys talkin about?
Sorry it's a 2014 versys 650.
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Sorry it's a 2014 versys 650.
Those are extra wire for the 2014 650 Versys





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ThunderBlue, I'm curious on using that for aux. lights. While the new ones seem to draw so little, they usually have a big (20 - 30 amp) fuse a built into their harness'. Maybe it doesn't make a diff if the harness fuse is in between the light and the plug?

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