Just to the left of the computer monitor. I read the manual, twice and can't find an explanation. I also have one near the gear shift.
No. Any idea where I can get that adapter cable plug? I would like one for my GPS and my iPod. Think Radio Shack has it? Or must I get it at a motorcycle shop and pay twice as much as RS? Any idea what it's called? It's not like anything I've seen before. It must have a name.Xsubmariner said:Yeah Eddie I have that one too. Did you get the 12" adapter cable plug with your bike? It can plug into those sockets and ends with a 12v power female socket.
Thank you Tommy. And since since I know you're older than me I will look up to you to help me out, lol. As for the Clymers, I think I'll pass as my knowledge stops at where it says "step one."tconnell said:EddieLO
Might mention one more thing if it hasn't already been suggested to you. The purchase of a Clymers manual is highly recommended if you plan on doing your own wrenching or adding things that require a schematic. The Clymers manual is complete and has color coded wiring diagrams in the back. Look on the net, I think I got mine from Amazon for under $30 shipped.
Also, since at our age almost nobody around the house listens to us... and we know we have some brain cells that still work and we are so eager to share knowledge, you'll find good and usable information from us that have gone before you in this new venture you've started.
EddieLo said:No. Any idea where I can get that adapter cable plug? I would like one for my GPS and my iPod. Think Radio Shack has it? Or must I get it at a motorcycle shop and pay twice as much as RS? Any idea what it's called? It's not like anything I've seen before. It must have a name.
Thanks Eddee P. Actually, I look 44, feel 34, kids think I act 24, and I'm not gonna tell about 14.ebear695 said:Eddie, you sure you're 74, you're like a kid at Chirstmas, love your excitement!