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Old 11-13-2011, 01:19 PM
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Default Run/Brake/Turn Module - Ultra Tour Pak

Just purchased the Run/Brake/Turn kit (Part No. 69461-06C) for my 11 FLHTCU. For some reason I thought this kit added the turn signal functionality to the Tour Pak lights but it doesn't. Another added issue is when I turn on the bike to "accessories" the turn signal bar and the rear stop light stays on now. I don't think it should stay on. I think I need to return this and get my money back. I an still searching for a kit to added turn signal funtionality to my Tour Pak and also add brake light functionality to my rear turn signal bar. Any ideas? I know Ride Time has a module but need to call them and see if it will do what I am looking for.
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Part 69461-06C is not the Tour Pak kit, it's the brake light kit - 69200042A is the part you're looking for.
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Rear (tail) light is on all the time. The RTB module turns turns your blinkers into running,brake and blinkers for added visibility....so yes they will be on all the time.....that is what the module is suppose to do.
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When I'm cleaning up the bike after a dirty weeks commute and listening to my radio, I unplug the aux kit because yes indeed, the turn signal lights are on even in the Acc mode now.

But that's small price to pay for that added visibility at 5:30 in the morning.
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White Ice, can I still retain the brake light kit and also add the Tour Pak kit? Just trying to get more visiability.
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White Ice, can I still retain the brake light kit and also add the Tour Pak kit? Just trying to get more visiability.
The turn signal/brake light module does NOT work with the kit that makes your tour pack lights turn signals. I don't know why, buy it won't. I tried. I stayed with the tour pack turn sigs, I think they are more visible.

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The turn signal/brake light module does NOT work with the kit that makes your tour pack lights turn signals. I don't know why, buy it won't. I tried. I stayed with the tour pack turn sigs, I think they are more visible.

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On my 07 FLHTCU the tourpack module works with the RTB module. I can't believe they won't work the same way on yours.
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Here is a write up on installing the Tour Pak turn signal module

http://www.hdforums.com/forum/tourin...rsion-kit.html

It states if you already have the module that turns the turn signals into running light/brake lights/turn signals that the module for the tour pak has to be the first one in the circuit
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When I'm cleaning up the bike after a dirty weeks commute and listening to my radio, I unplug the aux kit because yes indeed, the turn signal lights are on even in the Acc mode now.

But that's small price to pay for that added visibility at 5:30 in the morning.
Wouldn't just be easier to have a stereo in the garage? Not saying, just asking.
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The turn signal/brake light module does NOT work with the kit that makes your tour pack lights turn signals. I don't know why, buy it won't. I tried. I stayed with the tour pack turn sigs, I think they are more visible.

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Mark, how did you connect the tour pak Y-harness relative to the RTB module? I ask because both work if the Y-harness is connected ahead of the RTB module, but the RTB won't work if installed ahead of the Y-harness for the tour pak--don't know why it matters, but that seems to be the experience of those using both as related in the thread referenced by fj1200 above.

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