Handlebar Mount Auxiliary Power Port

Part Number 69200970


Finish / Color: Black



Power your cell phone, GPS, portable music player or tire inflator from this handy 12-volt power port.

  • Elegant cast housing features a conventional style power outlet that accepts most 12V automotive power adaptor plugs
  • Pop-top cover to protect the port while not in use
  • This device supports a wide variety of USB powered devices
  • Charging rates can vary with device input current, cable style and cable length

Fits '15-later XG, '14-later XL, '12-'17 Dyna®, '11-later Softail® (except FXDRS), '14-later Road King®, and models with either 1" or 7/8" diameter handlebars. '17-later Road King® requires separate purchase of Electrical Connection Kit P/N 69201599A. '18-later Softail® models require seperate purchase or Electrical Connection Kit P/N 69201750.

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  • Model
  • Output Voltage

    12.0 Volt
  • Warranty

    1 year limited warranty – Go to for full details
  • Sold in Unit

  • In The Box

    Power Port and hardware
Handlebar Mount Auxiliary Power Port is rated 3.7 out of 5 by 3.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from 12v power Great addition to my 2013 heritage softail classic
Date published: 2017-06-29
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Does not fit what the website says The website said it fits my 1999 Road King. It fits on the handle bars but the power connector does not match what I have on the bike. The one that came with the power port is a large 4 position and the ones on my bike are 6 position smaller. So I had to hard wire it in and put an inline fuse in for protection. Wasn't expecting that.
Date published: 2015-08-07
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Useful Addition to My FLD I purchased this for my 2014 FLD 103 – Switchback so I could use my GPS and/or FP3 while connected to a power outlet. There are other connectors out there that are similar to this but I wanted to use the HD part for ease-of-installation. Well, keep reading. Some Notes on Installation 1. In the instructions they tell you in step 2 to ‘Remove Fuel Tank’, this is NOT necessary. I was able to fish the cable under the tank on the left side by using a 3 foot long zip tie, (anything that is reasonably flexible, thin and stiff will do), and bring it out in the electrical compartment under the seat. I had to dismantle the 4 Pin Connector and then reassemble it after I pulled it through, not difficult. I was able to use the included zip ties to attach it to an existing harness under the tank and keep it from contacting the top of the motor. 2. When mounting the Power Port to the handlebars BE VERY CAREFUL not to over tighten the included screw OR IT WILL STRIP THE THREADS! The first time I put it on I partially stripped the threads. I then used a clamp with rubber protectors to snug up the Power Port clamp, put a few drops of blue Loctite on the screw and installed it until it was just tight. Any tighter and it WILL strip out the threads. 3. The instructions tell you to connect the plug to the ‘Accessory Connector’: This is actually the bike’s ‘Data Port’ located under the left side electrical compartment cover. 4. If you want to use anything else with the Power Port connected you will need to purchase an ‘Electrical Connection Harness’, Part #72673-11. This allows the Data Port to pass through to another port and provides 3 wires for attaching the Power Port: Ground-Hot-Switched. I went to my local Harley shop and purchased Deutsch – six-way pin housing ,(part #72126-94GY), and connected it to the loose wires using the switched wire for power. This provides a clean installation that is easy to remove. Now the Power Port has its own connection and the second connector is free for the HD techs to connect to. 5. I was able to mount all of this in the electrical compartment under the seat. I like having the port on the handlebars and it works great for accessories like my GPS and iPhone. I gave this 3 stars because it requires an above average knowledge of electrical/mechanical ability and some special tools to install. On a difficulty scale of 1-10, (1 = easy, 10 = difficult), I would give this a 6. (IMHO) Hope this helps!
Date published: 2015-03-27
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where does the orange and grey plug, plug into for a sportster 48?

2016 sportster 48.
Asked by: birondino

Extra Aux power supply behind batwing on 2008 Street Glide

I'm looking for a way to plug my XM radio into a power supply. I currently have a generic DC adapter connected to extra power lines in the cable to the headlight. But it was starting to throw a P0659 code. I then switched the connectors to the cigarette lighter & now it keeps blowing fuses in the XM radio adapter. Will this work? Is this controlled by the Green Aux switch next to the Cruise Control switch. Any suggestions would be appreciated.
Asked by: Ronnps

What is the difference between this and part number 69200854?

Asked by: BillyBobH
Hi BillyBobH, P/N 69200970 fits 15-later XG, 14-later XL, 12-later Dyna, 11-later Softail, and 14-later Road King models with either 1" or 7/8" diameter handlebars. P/N 69200854 fits 15-later XG, 14-later XL, 12-later Dyna, 11-later Softail, 14-later Road King, and models with 1-1/4" diameter handlebars. I apologize for any confusion the fitment statements may have caused. It will be corrected shortly. Thank you for your question
Answered by: FXS78
Date published: 2015-10-09

Aux Power Port for Charging Battery?

I like keeping my battery on a Battery Tender while parked. I was thinking of using this auxiliary power port, cutting the stock connector and adding a SAE plug to connect it directly to the battery. Then using a 12V to SAE 2-pin power harness (69201146) on the Battery Tender cable to make a real simple and quick charging plug. Any reason why this would not work?
Asked by: CaliChris
Hi CaliChris, I'm not exactly sure what you are wanting to do with the Aux plug. It has a simple connector that plugs into your accessory connector and there is no need to hook it up to your battery directly. Thank You!
Answered by: JD34
Date published: 2015-05-19
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