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Old 11-03-2012, 08:31 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Road Glide Wiring for a Tour Pack Install

I'm lookn to install a detachable tour pack on my '09 Rd Glide and was wondering what it takes to get all the wires and connectors back there to get it fired up. It will involve hooking up speakers and rear lighting on the tour pack. Do they have pigtails and connectors already made up that are needed? It appears the antenna cable will reach. Does the wire harness have the connectors already there (under seat, behind side cover?) for this to be a plug and play? Hope so, but i'm guessing not. My local HD shop seem to struggle when i want to do anything beyond the simple normal. Their normal is at a lower level than most. Again, thanks in advance for the help that i need!
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No worries. I put a detachable tour pack on my 10 FLTRX.
The speakers come with a wiring harness and connectors as well as the lights. (I installed the LED rear and side lights.)
As far as the antenna went. I didn't want the antenna mount on the tour pack. I just went down to my local Gato Zone and boughta rubber replacement antenna. I have since upgraded to the hidden one though.
Now that I have all of the lights and speakers, I hardly ever take the pack off.
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Old 11-03-2012, 12:26 PM   #3 (permalink)
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So the wiring that came with the tour pac lights and speakers plugged right into the wiring harness on the bike? Just a plug and play? I havent ever done this before. That is why i ask.
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Old 11-04-2012, 01:15 AM   #5 (permalink)
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So the wiring that came with the tour pac lights and speakers plugged right into the wiring harness on the bike? Just a plug and play? I havent ever done this before. That is why i ask.
Yes. You have to order the appropriate speakers though.
And theres also an "adaptor" wiring harness that you have to install. (for the speakers)
It's the harness that lets you install the GPS, intercom & related Ultra accessories.
http://www.harley-davidson.com/gma/g...bmLocale=en_US
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Old 11-04-2012, 12:21 PM   #6 (permalink)
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I am wondering if there are plugins on the stock wire harness to take a picture of. And i don't have the tour pack. Trying to fiquire what it's going to take to get where i want. ????
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my '11 SG rear aux wiring harness is a 3 pin connector located under the left side cover. used it to wire up additional l.e.d lighting. bought the matching opposite side plug and pins from my dealer for like $7
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