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no 12v power at fairing outlet

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  1. barryc

    barryc New Member

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    Does anyone know where the fuse is the for CC/CCT stock fairing 12v power outlet?

    I've looked down by the battery and it's not part of the fuse block assembly (behind side cover, rh side).

    Is this buried behind the dash panel??

    thanks,
     
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    It’s a 10Amp fuse under the right side cover, towards the bottom. If that fuse is good you may have to remove the fairing cover to see if one of the wires came off the 12VDC socket.
     
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    If you're talking about this position (red arrow), mine has a yellow 20amp fuse that is good. When i remove it, i lose power to the saddlebag speakers.

    I guess i have to remove the fairing dash inner to investigate further, but surprised there isn't a more accessible fuse for the power outlet. What is the time investment to remove and replace the fairing's dash inner? it look somewhat involved.

    thanks again!
    -bjc

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    When i loose my power to my 12v plug in the fairing thats the fuse that has blown i would try a new fuse just because it looks good it still might be bad
     
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    The outer fairing has to come off which is easy. The inner fairing can stay put to check the wires on the backside of the 12VDC outlet.
     
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    You need to find the cause of the failure or you’re going to be doing it again.
     

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