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post #1 of 7 (permalink) Old 04-01-2020, 05:52 PM Thread Starter
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Aux Light Wiring

I did a search and came up with lots of information on how to wire up the aux lights, but what I am hoping to get (maybe in the form of a picture or 2) is how people ran the wires from the lights (mounted under mirror) inside the fairing. I have a set installed and everything works correctly, but I am less than happy with how those wires are run right now.

This is for a 2018 (non-ES, if that matters) FJR.

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WEll, wires can be ugly, but a necessary evil if mounted under the mirrors... route into the front fairing vents beside the headlights? Pics of what you have might help, and we're full of advice........

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WEll, wires can be ugly, but a necessary evil if mounted under the mirrors... route into the front fairing vents beside the headlights? Pics of what you have might help, and we're full of advice........
I got it worked out. Talked to a friend riding with a similar setup and he helped me get it straightened out.

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Just did my lights a few weeks ago. The small lights had thin wires so I was able to run them through the fairing and headlamp edge, and the bigger lights had a wider wire so I ran them through the small front vents.
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