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post #351 of 357 Old 11-14-2018, 04:21 PM
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As far as I know if I connect my Oxford grip heater to the OEM connector then it won't be powered when the ignition switch is off. That"s fine!
I would go a bit further with the following question: is there any circuit on my bike (DL100XT/L8) that powered only when the engine is running?
I don't want to expose my battery to needless load (grip heater, fog light) when there is no power supplied from the generator... I would like to turn them off immediately after engine shutdown.

Thanks a lot!
Jengo,

I think the PC-8 fuse panel from Eastern Beaver is what you are looking for. It is a cleaner install for all your accessories and provides switched and un-switched circuits.

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post #352 of 357 Old 11-14-2018, 05:53 PM
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Thanks eff!

I will check the rear break light switch cable! It seems there's the trick

EasternBeaver: "The rear brake light switch connector’s hot lead is hot whenever the bike is turned on. It is a perfect place to tap a small current for switching your fusebox or any other accessory."
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post #353 of 357 Old 11-15-2018, 08:03 AM
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I haven't had time to check the cable itself just thought it over again: if the rear break light switch would receive power only if the engine is running then I couldn't have a chance to check the rear brake light switch operation without starting the enginie which is not logical... I have to be able do the check it any time, it shall not depend on the engine status. So in Eastern beaver's sentence the "turned on" probably mean that the ignition key turned on, the motorbike electronics receive power from the battery.

What do you think?

It seems I'm still looking for a solution...
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post #354 of 357 Old 11-28-2018, 10:27 AM
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Looking on the pics to me it looks like the aux connector is at the right hand side of the bike as you are sat on it. Looking on my 2015 model i am sure its down the left hand side as you sit on the bike. Am i correct with this?
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post #355 of 357 Old 04-29-2019, 09:24 AM
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For people looking for the AUX connector on mainland EU, I found this shop in Italy


errebishop.com/en/automotive-connectors-/7132-kit-connector-mt-sealed-male-female-2-way-type-al


Delivery seems pretty fast (to Germany), 2-3 days. And I'll post about installing this on a 2019 650 XT, hopefully it's the same part in about the same place
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pls add an .html at the end, apparently I cannot post links yet
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post #357 of 357 Old 05-17-2019, 05:10 PM
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Ok, so it is the same on a 2019 XT 650. I had the GPS cable connected with the appropriate sumimoto connector and the accessory connector on the bike was above the radiator, on the left side of the motorcycle (as one would sit on it). I can't give more details, like color of the wires and such, because the setup was done by a mechanic at the dealership. But he confirmed the existence of the heated grips connector also.
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