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Hi there, I bought a 2007 electra glide fairing w / harmon kardon radio . Which wires on the 23 pin harness do i use for power,ground, & speakers. I have a 99 Kawasaki Nomad 1500 that i installed the fairing on. Now i can,t power up the radio.

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If it is the basic radio then here are the wiring pins for it:

RT FT Speaker - Pin 18
RT FT Speaker + Pin 1
LFT FT Speaker + Pin 16
LFT RR Speaker - Pin 17

Power and Neg pins are Battery Pin 10, Ground Pin 11

Ignition Pin 12

Another Power & Neg pins are Battery Pin 19, Battery Pin 20

These are the Pin Connectors for the stereo.

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