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Old 05-26-2019, 11:28 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Looking for the plug (rear fender side) that is in the battery box for the rear fender/tail section lights. I am doing some custom lights and looking for that plug with some wire leads on it to make it plug and play rather than cutting the stock wires in the box.
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Part# 5PX-84717-00-00 is what your after...it's the harness from the pass-thru at the front of the rear fender, back to the taillight. I needed to get one when I switched to the BlasterX taillight, so it was plug & play. I previously had a bunch of mods back there for turn signal, and plate lighting, and the harness was hacked pretty bad, lol...
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Part# 5PX-84717-00-00 is what your after...it's the harness from the pass-thru at the front of the rear fender, back to the taillight. I needed to get one when I switched to the BlasterX taillight, so it was plug & play. I previously had a bunch of mods back there for turn signal, and plate lighting, and the harness was hacked pretty bad, lol...


Thanks man! Thats exactly what I was looking for. Expensive little harness as the cheapest I found was $37 plus tax and shipping. lol

Thanks again!
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Thanks man! Thats exactly what I was looking for. Expensive little harness as the cheapest I found was $37 plus tax and shipping. lol

Thanks again!
No prob...happy to help.
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