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Just need to verify the location of the main circuit breaker on my 1997 Harley Road King

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Harley puts these things in so many places on some many different years and models of bikes that it's very difficult to keep up with. Usually on Road Kings. the main circuit breaker is under the seat or the right side cover. But, I can't swear to it.

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