Re: Lower Cord extender
I actually took a worn out lower cord that was good on the end that connected to the bike and cut it to 16". Then I got a 6 Pin DIN Jack at Radio Shack and soldiered it on the cut end. I used an Ohm Meter to be sure that the wires were correct from one end to the other (they do go straight through).
If you don't have an old cord to use, you will need a 6 pin DIN plug, a 6 pin Din Jack and 16 " of audio wire with at least 6 wires.
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747,891 miles on touring motorcycles since 1990
IBA 45658 MOA167437
2000 LTC 90,600 miles KIA (new)
2003 LTE 164,188 miles Silver (Purchased with 1687)
2008 R1200RT 176,196 miles (Purchased with 16458)
2017 R1200RT 96,669miles (new)
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Goldwing miles 238,383