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2008 road king classic, has 2 toggle switches on upper triple tree, the right side is for fog/driving lights, what is the left side for?

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It is for any thing you may wont to add like extra lighting or 12volt power. They are usually just wired with a hot wire in and a plug or post for you to add a 12v line to assory

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