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Hi all.
Is there a pig tail available that I can connect to an existing harness that will give me constant power and switch power? I am adding LED lights throughout the frame of the bike and want to put them on a relay and a toggle switch.
 

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You could wire them off the Battery. Use a Fuse. Or you could access the Starter Relay. One wire has Constant Power(+) The side coming off the battery.
 

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I added usb ports to my bike to charge my phone while riding.
I originally hooked it up to the trickle charger connector but ended up booking a new one to it via the starter silinoid under the seat.

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The Street does have an accessory connection behind the right side panel. I've read this has (fused) constant power. It is a six pin connector, I don't know the pin layout. HTH.
 

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I have just connected to battery terminals and hide it in the right hand cover the usb ports.
When I need it i just have a long enough wire and just plug it in the usb and attached to the handle satnav holder.
 

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The Street does have an accessory connection behind the right side panel. I've read this has (fused) constant power. It is a six pin connector, I don't know the pin layout. HTH.
Before you go plugging into any connector make darn sure you know 100% what it is for. You do not want to join the list of those that fried an ECM. Do not even probe it with a tester. That connection is used as a Diagnostic Connector also where you would plug in a Power Vision type tuner. On the Street they refer to it as the DATA link connector it is not a power source.
Accessory connection have 4 pins one side always hot the other switch activated.
SIX pin connector is the CANBUS to the ECM (DLC) do not mess with that if you are not sure what you are doing.
Service manual electrical section show NO accessory connection of any kind.

Page B-2 Figure B-6 number 2 DLC item 91

 

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Before you go plugging into any connector make darn sure you know 100% what it is for. You do not want to join the list of those that fried an ECM. Do not even probe it with a tester. That connection is used as a Diagnostic Connector also where you would plug in a Power Vision type tuner. On the Street they refer to it as the DATA link connector it is not a power source.
Accessory connection have 4 pins one side always hot the other switch activated.
SIX pin connector is the CANBUS to the ECM (DLC) do not mess with that if you are not sure what you are doing.
Service manual electrical section show NO accessory connection of any kind.

Page B-2 Figure B-6 number 2 DLC item 91



The HD branded 12V accessory plug that attaches to your handlebars plugs into the CANBUS plug. So when I installed my V&H FP3 I had to buy a CANBUS splitter harness (http://www.jpcycles.com/product/745-077). One plug for the 12V socket & one for the FP3. This is what the dealer installed; https://www.harley-davidson.com/store/handlebar-mount-auxiliary-power-port-pa-05-69200970--1. So HD does recognize the CANBUS port as a legitimate power source. What he would need to wire into the port is something like this: https://www.denniskirk.com/namz-custom-cycle-products/deutsch-sealed-connector-components-dp-6b.p211835.prd/211835.sku. However, like you said, be careful. I'd even have the dealer wire your harness to this connector.
 

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The HD branded 12V accessory plug that attaches to your handlebars plugs into the CANBUS plug. So when I installed my V&H FP3 I had to buy a CANBUS splitter harness (NAMZ Custom Cycle Power Port Plug Y-Adaptor Harness | 745-077 | J&P Cycles). One plug for the 12V socket & one for the FP3. This is what the dealer installed; https://www.harley-davidson.com/store/handlebar-mount-auxiliary-power-port-pa-05-69200970--1. So HD does recognize the CANBUS port as a legitimate power source. What he would need to wire into the port is something like this: https://www.denniskirk.com/namz-custom-cycle-products/deutsch-sealed-connector-components-dp-6b.p211835.prd/211835.sku. However, like you said, be careful. I'd even have the dealer wire your harness to this connector.
Do not go plugging any thing in to that DLC nimber 91 other than a proper tuner or a reader. As was posted by some one else it is not a power source. It looks like the accessory port tour bikes have but that is not what that one is for. You can toast your ECM doing so.
 

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Harley has a cigarette lighter style charger for the Street that mounts to the handle bars. Not sure where it draws from.
 

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Harley has a cigarette lighter style charger for the Street that mounts to the handle bars. Not sure where it draws from.
Using the Harley kit you can plug into the port it is wired for 15A and is wired to the correct two poles. What happens is Do it your own way type get probing around in the DLC connector and short things out.
Part number 69200970 in black.
 

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Do not go plugging any thing in to that DLC nimber 91 other than a proper tuner or a reader. As was posted by some one else it is not a power source. It looks like the accessory port tour bikes have but that is not what that one is for. You can toast your ECM doing so.
Someone needs to inform HD of that as they sell a device that plugs in for power. I have one on my 750 that I use to charge my iPhone, it also runs my fp3 via a splitter cable. Everything runs as it should, I have auxiliary 12V power & an engine tuner that I use to monitor the engine & gear position. The 12V aux power was installed by my dealer.....I added the splitter & tuner myself. I think HD & the dealer know what they're doing.
 

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Harley has a cigarette lighter style charger for the Street that mounts to the handle bars. Not sure where it draws from.
It plugs into the CANBUS socket. NAMZ sell a similar setup for a fraction of the price. The nice part is that it's controlled by the ignition switch so if you forget & leave something plugged in you won't drain your battery, as long as you take the key with you.
 
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