About 2 years ago I put fog lights on my '08 Street Glide and installed a "Spot" switch. I was unaware of the plugged "Auxillary" connector at the base of the seat in front of the batterty. The fog lights gave fantastic lighting of the road at night. As I am going to San Francisco in a couple of weeks and will be riding out of town at night, I wanted to install fog lights on my '09 FLTRSE3.
After reading your posting I installed the fog lights by connecting to the plugged "Auxillary" connector. However, after cutting off the relay and push button switch and removing the excess wires, I ran the remaining 4 wire bundle up over the front of the gas tank and ran the wires under the console down to under the seat area. The bundle was securred to adjacent wires with ties. Then I cut the four wires, twisted the white and black wires seperately, and connected to the respective colored #16 gauge wire with blue connectors. These pieces of black and white wire were only about 4" long. Deusch female pins were attached to the other ends of the short wires which were inserted into the corresponding pins hole of a 4 hole female Deutsch connector. After assembling the connector the lights worked perfectly using the auxillary switch.
This method avoids having to remove the tank.
Last edited by z2thdr; 05-14-2010 at 05:56 PM.
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