Question about 2001 Harley Davidson FLHRCI Road King Classic
Sure you can if you don't mind doing a few wiring changes. By "axillary light", I'm assuming you are talking about a light bar on the front of the bike with spot lights on either side. Usually most guys have these lights wired so that they can turn the on and off independently of the headlight and the ignition switch for that matter. But, I guess some people want to run them all the time so they wire them directly to the headlight wiring. I don't have a schematic on that bike so you'll just have to trace the wires out.
Posted on Sep 11, 2010
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The marker lamps
The tail lamps
The license lamp
The front marker lamps are grounded through the turn filament of the respective front park/turn lamp. The front marker lamps light as a result.
The automatic lamp control function turns on the park lamps and the headlamps. This action occurs when the ambient light sensor determines that the exterior lamps should be turned ON based on the amount of available light. When the BCM grounds the park lamp relay, voltage is supplied directly to the park lamps, bypassing the turn/headlamp switch assembly. When this action occurs, the following conditions exist:
The automatic lamp control relay is grounded.
The headlamps turn ON. Refer to Headlights/Daytime Running Lights (DRL) Circuit Description .
The lamps turn OFF when the BCM does not ground the park lamp relay or the automatic lamp control relay. This action is caused by the following conditions:
The available light reaches a predetermined level.
The ignition switch is turned to the OFF position
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