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I am installing the Kisan 25LED-D on my '06 LT. The instructions tell me to connect my accessory input wire to a "hot wire." Where is the best place to find one on the back of the bike?

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Or, I am wondering where is the best place to find the gray/blue tail light wire without going all the way back to the tail light area?

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Run the red wire through the access hole behind the left speaker housing down and under the rear seat. Tap into the rear seat heater wire (bike side). Color is green and the wire is usually the one at the bottom side of the white connector.



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Thanks very much. I'll try that. I really appreciate the help. By the way, do you find the "saddle bag reflectors to running lights and turn signals" that you guys sell are as helpful for conspicuity as they seem to be? If so, I want a set.

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The answer to that is a resounding "YES". In my opinion it should be a standard feature on the bike.

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Thanks Steve and Raffy. The green wire at the bottom of the white connector was the answer. A little soldering and I am now working fine.

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You are welcome and thanks for the order.



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Thanks Steve and Raffy. The green wire at the bottom of the white connector was the answer. A little soldering and I am now working fine.
Hi Guys. I'm like your most challenged cousin (assuming you have one .... don't we all?) when it comes to things electrical. I wonder if one of you guys could take a digital picture of the wire you connected that TailBlazer power line to and either email it to me or post it here ?
I don't see what you're talking about and have had my back seat off the bike for about a month now waiting for some divine intervention ....... perhaps this is it?
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next to the three sets of fuse arrays there is a white connector that your heated seat wire from the seat connects to. at the very nbottom set of wires on that white connector is a green wire. That's a switched power source and you need to attach the red wire from the Kisan to it.



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