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Wiring in an aux fuze panel

Discussion in 'Stelvio Chat & Tech' started by j duncan cooper, Nov 3, 2016.

  1. j duncan cooper

    j duncan cooper Tuned and Synch'ed

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    I'm in the process of installing a switched fuze panel to run a few accessories. With the seat off my 09 Stelvio I can't find a switched electrical lead off which to power the relay. Anyone been down this road before ? How did you do it ? It appears that using the tail light circuit (which I've done in other bikes) involves removing the underseat tray out to gain access. If there's a more convenient way to power the relay, I can't find it. Anyone ?
     
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    WayneOrwig GT Reference

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    My accessories are all in the front. I put the relay in the front, with the coil attached to the 'pilot light' bulb in the headlight which comes on with the key.
     
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    StormShearon Cruisin' Guzzisti

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    With the seat removed, you can tap into the taillight wiring near the right side frame, just in front of the tool bag storage bin.
     
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    John Warner Cruisin' Guzzisti GT Contributor

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    There are a few 'spare' Connectors in the under-Seat area, have you tried those for switched power?

    Mine ('09) has a 12V Cigarette-lighter type socket. and a twin USB Socket in the front wall of the Tool Tray.
    Not sure if they're 'Live' or switched, as I've not needed either yet.
     
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    John Warner Cruisin' Guzzisti GT Contributor

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    This is my Aux Fuse Box . . .
    FuseBox1.jpg
    Direct input-feed from the Battery, then lines out to the Relays for the Headlights, Horns, and Spots.
    Rewired the Headlights so both High-Beams work (comes with only one wired-up on the early models).
    Fitted a pair of nice loud Horns . . .
    HornMod1.jpg

    Wired in LED Aux Lights with their own Relay, permanently wired to come on with High-Beam at the moment.
    LEDSmall1.jpg

    Fourth Fuse is for my Charger Socket in the left Side-Panel . . .
    ChargerMod.jpg
     
  6. EncoreJoe

    EncoreJoe Just got it firing!

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    I tapped into the cigarette lighter wiring that is on the right side of the tool bag storage area. Loosen the nuts and it slips off the side of the box. You can slide the cover off the fitting and see the wires to test with voltmeter to get the right one.
     
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