Question about 2009 Harley Davidson FLHTCU Ultra Classic Electra Glide
I want to use the aux switch on my 2009 Ultra Classic but can not find the plug end. @
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Wiring To an 08 Ultra Classic
If you are mounting the unit to the bars or fairing, I would recommend using a power lead which is available in the fairing, rather than the AUX accessory switch. The AUX switch sends power to a connector under the seat, in front of the battery. You would need to run new wires up under the fuel tank, along the neck and into the fairing to connector your Zumo to the AUX. Instead, there is a 12+ V switched ignition power lead which is not used on U.S. touring bikes and would be perfect for connecting your Zumo. Pull the fairing off the bike (7 screws, TORX T-27) and look at the headlight harness, which is 3 wires, black, white, yellow. Attached to this harness will be 2 wires, a black and an orange w/ white stripe. The orange will have a red silicone cap over it to prevent it from shorting out in the fairing. Cut the zip-ties which connect these 2 wires to the headlight harness and then hook it up to your Zumo, black is negative, Orange positive.
Posted on May 26, 2009
Check the speaker select switch on the fairing cap if you have one and be sure it's not in speaker mode. If not, most likely vibration damage to the audio circuit. Call Iron Cross Audio for more help if you need it. www.ironcrossaudio.com
Posted on Jul 10, 2010
You say there is power at the fuse. ok . You need to also check now if there is power to the headlight and spotlights, if yes, then it is possible your globes have blown. If no power to the back of the lights, then the problem exists in your lighting switches.
Posted on Jul 29, 2010
Have you recently done any work to the right handlebar or had the front brake lever off? If so, there's a good chance the lever wasn't reinstalled properly, or the switch is broken.
Posted on May 30, 2012
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