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    Default Plug under the left pocket. Acc power?

    I am adding a acc power to the left pocket. Under it I found a red plug. Is this for a Honda plug and play acc outlet?
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    Quote Originally Posted by MarkEkberg View Post
    I am adding a acc power to the left pocket. Under it I found a red plug. Is this for a Honda plug and play acc outlet?
    yes should be 2 wire


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    Cool. Didn't get the Honda one cause no one around here has anything Goldwing related, but I will tap into those wires.

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    I believe there is a round cutout in the pocket for a plug also.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Doctoss View Post
    I believe there is a round cutout in the pocket for a plug also.
    No, just the outline of where the hole will go. You still get to cut it out. Note - make sure the hole and the item you are going to use are the same size. After -market plugs may not be the same size.
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    Yah and don't believe it when your friend says "Oh, piece of cake. I can drill that hole." Huh huh. He drilled a hole all right.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MarkEkberg View Post
    Cool. Didn't get the Honda one cause no one around here has anything Goldwing related, but I will tap into those wires.

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    No don't it is for low amp systems only
    Tie a relay into these wires so that the relay is energized by it
    Tie contact side of relay to batt thu a fuse and use that to power aux devices

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