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    CB750 Enthusiast Skelee's Avatar
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    extra wires in the headlight

    the extra wiring in the headlight. could they be used to add auxilary lights? i was thinking of putting them on with own on/off switch. or do i add them to the running light circuit.

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    Would have to get a wiring diagram and see what they go to first to see if they would support the load from lights.

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    Found a wiring diagram but i am wiring challengedhttp://cloud.tapatalk.com/s/5b058932...2__%281%29.pdf

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    If your going to add extra lighting I recommend you put in dedicated wiring for it.

    Triggering a relay off the original wiring would be fine, adding extra loads to it not so much.
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    CB750 Enthusiast Skelee's Avatar
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    I think the low cost for dedicated harness and switch be best option.

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