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Where is a switched power wire on my 2011 heritage

Installing a fairing and need to know where to hook up the orange wire on my stereo which is the switched power wire

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Hi Anonymous, go to www.officialharleyparts.com for a free wiring diagram. Good luck

Posted on Apr 17, 2015

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SOURCE: how to wire in a stereo amp to a switched (remote) line?

Check your fusebox. Test each fuse with the inition off, then each with the ignition on. Use one that is live when the ignition is on, but not when it is off. There is your switched line. It will probably be the largest amp fuse on the bike.

You could tap into the headlight power, that is a switched line and it is up near the front. If you're putting the stereo near the back the tail light is also switched.

Posted on Apr 24, 2009

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SOURCE: How to wire a tach on 05 heritage softail

Locate & route Black lead to ground / 2004-later softail: On the frame strap under the seat directly in front of the battery.

Locate & route the pink lead to Signal / For 2004 & later FXST/C/I The #3 cavity in the connector {39b} on the back of the speedometer. The socket terminal on the signal (pk) lead fits the #3 cavity.

Locate & route the Orange and white lead to power / Ummm.. it's saying for 2004 and later to adapt to the fuse block For earlier [ For 1996 to 2003 softail: locate the power lead (o/w) in the tail lamp pin connector {7a} under the seat behind the right rear corner of he battery.] "here you are looking to run it to a fused line, not directly to power/battery" I hope this helped.

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SOURCE: remove ignition switch from 2000 harley-davidson

To remove the ignition switch turn the handle bar fully to the right, turn the ignition switch to access position and with the key in the switch depress the tab under the switch with a small screwdriver (the tab is to the lower left under the knob) and while pressing down on the key, turn the key counterclockwise about 60 degrees. At that point the switch will pull out of the housing.

Posted on Nov 17, 2009

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http://i267.photobucket.com/albums/ii320/RonJ_HCF/picture_2980.jpg

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