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post #1 of 19 Old 06-23-2018, 12:13 AM Thread Starter
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Available accesories wire/plug?

Hi, I want to install a cam. Is there an available accessory wire, alive only when the bike is on?

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Hi, thanks its very informative, still Im wondering is there's a switched wire in the front area, that is intended to connect accesories, instead of striping a wire?

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Look under popular forums, 2012-2016 dl650, Aux Connector thread

or just google stormtrooper aux connector

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Yah, it's hidden on the left side near the radiator on the older models. Eastern Beaver make a jumper for it or available from your handy Suzuki dealer.
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post #6 of 19 Old 06-23-2018, 11:56 AM
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another option I've used is a positap connector, from posi products. taps into a wire with no stripping/damage. available from a few sources online.

https://www.posi-products.com/

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post #7 of 19 Old 06-24-2018, 05:17 AM Thread Starter
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Thanks a lot!

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I did almost exactly this for my Mobius cam, but tapped the wire EB Accessory Adapter wire to also feed my USB port.

Note the accessory plug only provides limited power.
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There are two switched accessory plugs on the Glee. The one behind the top left corner of the radiator is intended for heated grips and it is difficult to get to - remove tank, tilt radiator etc. There is another in the right side of the fairing intended for all your little electronic doodahs. You can access this without removing any panels but it is tight, probably easier to pull some plastic off but this is easy, only takes a few minutes.

With a torch you will see the wiring harness tied to the vertical fairing mount bracket. Just fiddle a bit, unwind some tape and you will see the plug. I couldn't find a matching plug locally (Eastern Beaver i am sure will have them) so just cut it off & joined on with Waygo terminals. I used it to run a USB port up on top of the instruments. It has been powering my GPS happily for ~10,00km now.
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Thanks!

I like the word doodahs!

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