Independent Control Auxiliary Lamp Wire Harness Kit

Part Number 69200441




Maximize your nighttime view down a lonely stretch of back road with the Independent Control Auxiliary Lamp Wire Harness Kit.

  • Maximizes your nighttime view
  • Easy to install
  • Wiring harness permits independent control of your bikes auxiliary lamps
  • Allows the lamps to be switched on when the headlamp is in either low or high beam settings

Fits '98-'13 Electra Glide®, Street Glide® and Trike models equipped with auxiliary lamps.

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    Wire harness and installation instructions
Independent Control Auxiliary Lamp Wire Harness Kit is rated 4.6 out of 5 by 11.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from 2013 Electraglide ultra limited install front auxillary LED lamps This is a must. Having the auxilarys on with the high beam helps alot for side visability. As far as the law stating no high beam with the auxilary lights on...who rides up on another vehicle with the high beam on anyway. No logic in the thought process for the law. Buy this it works great.
Date published: 2017-03-05
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Spots always on Very simple plug and play product. Directions call for removing the negative battery cable, however, I'm not one to follow directions exactly. I made sure the bike was in the on full force (off) position and disconnected the harness. This does stop supplying power to your radio, so you will have to reset your clock. Other than that, it was easy as pie and worth the dollars.
Date published: 2017-01-03
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Under gas tank This wiring is easy to plug in, but you have to remove gas tank which could be a difficult task for some. If you comfortable removing the tank then it isn't a bad job and gives more lighting options which is nice to have especially in the country.
Date published: 2016-06-06
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Wiring made easy I had read on some forums about how to make the spot / passing lights stay on when flipping to hi-beams -- all the posts made me cringe as I thought I may mess up by cutting the wrong wires, etc. When I found this harness at HD, and for the price, I figured "I'm in!" and I am glad I went this route. The installation was easy, and the results are fantastic. Now the back roads and all the critters are lit up well getting the benefit of the spot lights in the foreground and the hi-beams for the distance.
Date published: 2015-09-03
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will this work on a 2006 SG? if so, what switch is required?

Asked by: sradogna

Will this fit a 2004 Road King?

If it fits a 2004 Street Glide wouldent it also fit a Road King?
Asked by: Straub6531

Will one harness kit control both auxiliary lamps or do you need to buy in pairs?

Asked by: Drew919
Buy just one it connects to main harness under the gas tank and works both lights from the one toggle switch
Answered by: dperry285
Date published: 2016-08-13

Will this unit fit the 2014 Ultra Limited?

Asked by: Earls357
I had this on my 2011 and WANT it for my 2014. I will contact the dealer to reprogram. What can they do to reprogram the tourpak light? Do you know what it does by reprogramming them.
Answered by: DonOnWeelz
Date published: 2014-09-13

how/where to connect

I bought this harness kit and looking through the instructions, it doesn't really give the full connections. I see figure 1 and it shows one connection but does not give the location of the other half of the connection. Any help would be great.
Asked by: Volsdude
In Figure 1. it states: Plug the auxiliary lamp independent control wire harness into the inner fairing cap harness socket housing [105B] and the interconnect harness pin housing [105A]. This means that one end will plug into 105B and the other into 105A. Hope this makes sense and we're sorry for the confusion.
Answered by: RockyXL883
Date published: 2013-10-23
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