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Ignition wire under seat

I am trying to hook up a stereo to my 07 softail but cant figure out which wire is the ignition wire under my seat.

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Yes, there is a fuse panel on the bike but I think that it's on the rear fender extension on that model. But, from what you are saying, it might not be the fuse. The horn is on a fused circuit with some other stuff as well. You do not have a single fuse dedicated to only the horn. Unlike a car, there isn't enough room on a motorcycle for this. The fuse that controls the horn controls other things as well and it everything else is working, then it's not the fuse. I'd test the wire at it's other end, the horn button. When you press the button, the wire to the horn goes "hot". Years ago, the wire going to the horn was "hot" all the time and when you pressed the button, you completed the circuit to ground. It was learned that any short in the horn wire would blow a fuse or discharge the battery so the design was changed. This was way back when the bikes were powered by a 6 volt system. Take the left handle switch housing apart and check the switch.

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I have a Harley fatboy and I had the same problem, I found that the switch itself was the problem, I replaced the switch and all is good again

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