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Roadking 2007 wiring color code

I want know what Is the color code cause I want extand my handlebar

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You don't need to know what the wires are used for. Just make sure to use the same gauge wire and to waterproof your connections.

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SOURCE: needing diagram of how to tighten handlebars on motorcycle

You have to remove the headlight, then the Nacelle ( passing lamps if you have them ) Under the lock ( which is removed with a small flat head screwdriver ( it's held in by 3 little push in tabs ) There are 2 phillips head screws( remove them ) then once you have the headlight out, there is a 5/16 nut holding the top chrome spine in place. Remove the nut lift the spline. then remove the nacelle one side at a time. Once you remove the nacelle the 1/4 allen bolts are right there to tighten. Make sure you tighten them evenly. Reverse steps to re-install back to normal.

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SOURCE: color of power wire on 2005 handlebar controls

wire is white with a black strip will be your hot

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