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My bike is still in the shop waiting on a new door so I don’t have anything to look at. I ordered a horn switch and was wondering if anyone Had a schematic for the 5 pins on the back of the switch. One should be power with the lights go on,one power coming in, one power going to horn ,than a ground. I just want to have everything I need to do this next weekend. Thanks for any help.
 

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I’m not sure what’s behind where the switches go yet. I’m putting in my gps that I had with my older wheeler. Is the cigarette plug hot or is it on with the key. When you put the gps/ radio trim on do you have to swap the lower panel where the switches go as well as it came with one. I’m not sure if it’s different yet.
 

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Cigarette is key on hot. There are a couple of plugs back there for key on hot power. I use the weatherpack plug as a relay trigger and back lighting source for my accessories, but I pull hot off of the battery to power my accessories, don’t overpower the built in acc circuits that way. I made some weather pack spltters too (not necessary but neat), pic below.

I’ve not added a gps but I did add a receiver to the same housing you bought. I ran a dedicated line from the battery for it.

And yes, you have to put the switches in the bottom part of the stereo/gps panel you bought. The panel piece it came with is just one piece.
 

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All I’ll be adding is a gps which I could tap into the cigarette plug and a horn which is just a small alarm siren to alert my kids with a quick tap of the switch.
 

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Ah, well the weatherp plug, the cig accessory plug or I think there’s a white plug back there too, all of which are key on for power.
 

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Maybe next year a stereo but I’ve spent enough for now on this thing. Ill have to fly you down when I’m ready.?
 

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Those look right. I got mine on eBay too. The name of the seller I used is on the package in the picture I posted above. Of course they’re not necessary, you could use a t-tap connector, splice, etc., but weather pack connectors are more OEMish...
 
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