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  1. #1
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    12V Accessory socket

    What does the connector for the 12 volt accessory socket kit (10-0750401) plug into? What is the location?

    Bike is a 2017 DS 6.5.

    -Don- Reno, NV

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    I found it located under the "tank".

    Seat and tank plastic had to be removed to see it. It's above the battery, but not in reach until the "tank" plastic is removed.

    It's now all connected up and working. I also installed new LOUD horns (with a relay).

    -Don- Reno, NV

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    Quote Originally Posted by DonTom View Post
    I found it located under the "tank".
    Me too, while looking for somewhere to connect a cigar-lighter socket. Excellent, no soldering required.

    I found a black 2-pin connector that matches some I had lying around, and also a white Molex-type connector. I presume both are powered from the 10A accessory fuse in the fuse block. Any idea what the Molex connector is, or where to get a matching plug ?

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    Sorry for the late reply, I don't check this forum often.

    I used the stock socket from Zero, so it plugged right in on my 2017 DS 6.5.

    But I also have a 2017 SR with the power tank. There was no way I could find the connector in that. So what I did is ran my own wire from the 12 volt accessory fuse, using the headlight common for the negative, since the frame ground is not used for Zero motorcycles for the 13.8 volt supply.

    -Don- Reno, NV

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