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07-01-2012 02:07 PM
Rangemaster Just buy a Suzuki horn pigtail assembly. Find the unused connector behind the radiator for the heated grips (providing you don't already have grips installed) and plug it in...make sure you fuse it.


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07-01-2012 12:59 PM
strompilot
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Originally Posted by greywolf View Post
If you don't get an Eastern Beaver connector and still want to tap a bike wire,
Basic V-Strom Wiring 101
Thanks for the link. I read through that and it is very informative. For now I will do the wire splice, but I think that the long winter up here will provide time enough to order up the Eastern Beaver kit and really do it right. Right now, I can't afford to pass up a decent day for riding. LOL.

BTW, thanx for deleting the other, same post I did. I just didn't know how to delete it myself, so I figured you'd rise to the occasion.
07-01-2012 11:40 AM
greywolf If you don't get an Eastern Beaver connector and still want to tap a bike wire,
Basic V-Strom Wiring 101
07-01-2012 10:30 AM
cwvet Install the Eastern Beaver PC-3 or PC-8 instead. Then you have many options and don't need to splice into your existing wiring. Easy to install and not that expensive.
07-01-2012 03:20 AM
strompilot
Looking for Switched Power Source

I posted this in the "how to" section above, but I think that was the wrong place to do that, so I am posting it again here. Sorry for the confusion on my part.

I am mounting the J&M JMCB2003 CB radio on my '09 ABS Wee. Since I don't have a shop manual and an owner's manual didn't come with the bike (bought it used) I need some input on where to tap into a switched source of electrical power. I am guessing that the place to tap in would be one of the wires coming from the underside of the fuse holder. The question is, which one? I would appreciate some guidance here before I get into it any further, as I am not familiar with the ABS model. Thanks.

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