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12v power to oddiments box

I need help finding power for an acc socket to power my xm radio. Is there a power location that is easy to locate in the Oddiment box?? If not, where would you guys suggest for an alternate location.

Thanks Chris Ogle , Baldwin City, KS
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Re: 12v power to oddiments box

I forgot to mention that it's an 2005 LT
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Re: 12v power to oddiments box

There is aconnection right there on the left side of the stingray where all the radio intercom wires connect for the cd radio. Just tap into that. It's an 8 pin din connector and the power is on pins 6 and 8. 6 = -12v, 8 = +12v. thereare other places, that just seems the easiest to me.

Hope that is helpful to you.

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Re: 12v power to oddiments box

btw Chris, I live just off 435 North of Worlds of Fun

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1974 Honda CB350 F1 (smoothness personified)
1973 Honda CB350 twin (unsafe at any speed)
1971 Kawasaki H-1A 500 (wheelie King)
1975 Honda GL1000 (4 into 1 header, Vetter fairing)
1981 KTM 420 Enduro (fast and smooth)
1979 Yamaha 750 Special (suprisingly fast)
1981 Honda GL1100 Interstate (rough rider)
2000 K1200LT ICon (gone but not forgotten)

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Re: 12v power to oddiments box

Thanks for the power info...

Hey, I was just in KC yesterday. We should go riding sometime.

Thanks again, Chris Ogle, Baldwin City Kansas
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