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Old 09-02-2020, 03:24 PM
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Wire Plus question

Anyone familiar with the Wire Plus WP179 wiring harness? Have some questions about some of the wires.
I will be running, a headlight, speedo, taillight/brakelight, headlight toggle switch, 3 position ignition switch, Dyna 2000i ignition system.
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Looks like they used Harley colors for the most part.
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Old 09-03-2020, 05:35 PM
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The Coil 12V+ w/bk wire goes to the coil and to the coil power (out) right handlebar in the wiring diagram, since I'm not using an on/off switch would I wire that to the key switch Ignition 12v + white wire?

The gray Ignition Power (in) wire at the right handlebar on the diagram,do I get rid of that wire?

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I can’t make out the colors on the diagram on my phone but the ignition in usually powers the starter button and the coil. You certainly can eliminate the coil power wire from the switch and wire the coil to a keyed switch but remember that your coil will be powered up whenever you have the key on.
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