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Author Topic: Sat nav power source advice needed  (Read 604 times)

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Offline tonytango

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Re: Sat nav power source advice needed
Reply #10 on: 23 Mar 20, 12:33:54
the two wires that you need are connected to the socket that you have already have,
the two wires that are near the rectifier are for heated grips, just connect into the wires
that goes to the socket at the front.

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Re: Sat nav power source advice needed
Reply #11 on: 23 Mar 20, 08:03:01
Yes and Red.

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Re: Sat nav power source advice needed
Reply #12 on: 24 Mar 20, 06:21:56
*Originally Posted by 43mhr [+]
I too am going to wire up a Satnav. Are the two wires I need to connect to already  fitted with a male and a female bullet connector?  If yes, what size connectors (mm) do I need to use for the satnav wires?

If you have a pre 2019 bike then there are pre wired bullet connectors for a sat nav.

If you have the newest model 2020 then there are a few people reporting that at least 1 of the aux connectors (possibly just the USB connector but I'm not sure) has an oem plug on it rather than bullet connectors.

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Re: Sat nav power source advice needed
Reply #13 on: 25 Mar 20, 06:57:48
*Originally Posted by Scotty001 [+]
If you have a pre 2019 bike then there are pre wired bullet connectors for a sat nav.

If you have the newest model 2020 then there are a few people reporting that at least 1 of the aux connectors (possibly just the USB connector but I'm not sure) has an oem plug on it rather than bullet connectors.
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Can you tell me the size (mm) of the pre-wired bullet connectors?

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Re: Sat nav power source advice needed
Reply #14 on: 25 Mar 20, 07:07:44
*Originally Posted by 43mhr [+]
*Originally Posted by Scotty001 [+]
If you have a pre 2019 bike then there are pre wired bullet connectors for a sat nav.

If you have the newest model 2020 then there are a few people reporting that at least 1 of the aux connectors (possibly just the USB connector but I'm not sure) has an oem plug on it rather than bullet connectors.
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Can you tell me the size (mm) of the pre-wired bullet connectors?

If its the same as 2011-2019 then it's the small red bullet connectors

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Re: Sat nav power source advice needed
Reply #15 on: 25 Mar 20, 09:40:39
*Originally Posted by 43mhr [+]
*Originally Posted by Scotty001 [+]
If you have a pre 2019 bike then there are pre wired bullet connectors for a sat nav.

If you have the newest model 2020 then there are a few people reporting that at least 1 of the aux connectors (possibly just the USB connector but I'm not sure) has an oem plug on it rather than bullet connectors.
[/quote


Can you tell me the size (mm) of the pre-wired bullet connectors?

They are 3.9mm.