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2013 Sportster 1200C -- Switched wire?

 
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Old 02-11-2019, 10:50 PM
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Default 2013 Sportster 1200C -- Switched wire?

Needing to tap into the switched power feed for a relay I'm adding. Can anyone tell me where I might find it... and what color it is?

On my 2016 Heritage, I needed an adapter. On the 2013 series, esp. Sportsters, from what I understand they are simpler, with no CAN-BUS.

Appreciate any input. I did try searching these forums for about an hour to no avail.
 
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If yours is like my 2007 there is a fuse spot for accessories. I am unsure if it is switched or not.
 
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You can download the 2013 Sportster wiring diagram from Harley Davidson's SIP (Service Information Portal)

https://serviceinfo.harley-davidson....d5fd65454!!1!2
 
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Can you tell me more about this? Where is it? What color is it? Do you have a picture?
 
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There is a fuse and it might be labelled as P&A IGNV. The label might be on the inside of the cover. Where it is labelled on the actual fuse housing it is with letters "E" which is the supply and "F" which will be the fused output. There should be no wire connected at point "F".



This is from a 2008 but I don't think much changed until 2014.
 
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Originally Posted by Andy from Sandy View Post
There is a fuse and it might be labelled as P&A IGNV. The label might be on the inside of the cover. Where it is labelled on the actual fuse housing it is with letters "E" which is the supply and "F" which will be the fused output. There should be no wire connected at point "F". [img[ This is from a 2008 but I don't think much changed until 2014.
Thanks, Andy. I will check that out tonight! Appreciate the input and insight.
 
 


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