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post #1 of 24 (permalink) Old 09-11-2011, 12:45 AM Thread Starter
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J & M passenger PTT switch

Has anybody installed one on their bike?
I can't find the black 2 prong plug they are referring to.
If you did, where did you find this plug??

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post #2 of 24 (permalink) Old 09-11-2011, 05:13 AM
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Just put on in my 08. It was in the cup, sock, protector or whatever you call that big rubber cup under the crossbar (the one that supports a Utopia back rest). It is the one closest to the left side of the bike. It is buried down in the cup by two larger connectors. Had to dig for it.

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Put one on my 12. Its in the same place as the 08. Just keep digging around in the vinyl plug protectors and you will find it. If I remember correctly there were actually two two prong plugs. Keep looking for the black one.
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What's a J&M PTT switch?
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This is better than the Hondaline gadget. IMHO

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PTT: Push To Talk
I.....THINK the connector you are searching for is one with one green wire and one yellow wire.
How much was the J&M button? The buttons we buy at Radio Shack are less than two dollars. You can also buy the male connector to make the connection at Radio Shack.

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PTT: Push To Talk
I.....THINK the connector you are searching for is one with one green wire and one yellow wire.
How much was the J&M button? The buttons we buy at Radio Shack are less than two dollars. You can also buy the male connector to make the connection at Radio Shack.
Its the only black 2 pin connector in the rubber boot on the left rear just near the crossbar

Radio Shack does not sell the correct connector although any momentary button will work.

This is an older picture but you get the idea its C30


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I dug all the way to the center stand I think , couldn't find it. I will dig deeper. thank you guys.

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The rubber boot is often pushed down behind the relays follow the passenger headset wire

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