i am looking for any info or advice about adding an lighter outlet for gps and phone charging..any past experience or links will be great, thanks in advance!
Actually, no.. There's one spot on the fairing that one could mount a cigarette lighter, but it's only got a plug in it (and mine's an Aspencade).You gotta be shitting me... a 95 Goldwing doesn't have outlets already? Wow, I thought those suckers had everything.
Yeppers!I learned a long time ago that it's the rider, and not the bike..
i have seen numerous references to parts you can get to do this, including one that connects right to the battery tender jack, all which apparently are available at Walmart???
Sounds like you are feeling better and your KLR is benefitting from that.Although this is an old thread, I thought I'd mention that I installed an Arrowhead cig style outlet on the bike today. The kit and instructions were good. The supplied wire was the correct length and the install went easily.
I wired to the starter relay and grounded to an unused allen bolt in the frame. I used a 1" hole saw to bore through the fairing and then a file to remove the last 1/8" & notch that was was required. I haven't taken it for a ride yet to see about the vibration issues, but it looks clean and not hokey. I was very worried about cutting the fairing, but it went very easily and I am glad I did it.
Thumbs up on the Arrowhead kit.
Hey, I REMOVED the outlet that was on my ST2, because it was always in the way when I had to open it up and I never had a reason to use it anyway.Zin, keep us posted on that, man. I want to do it soon.
Wanderer, I don't know if he comes on here any more, but if he does...calling Scott R Nelson and his stable of Ducatis!
If you're riding a Gen 2 bike, you're not going to find them... It's only on a Generation 1 KLR.where are the two wires located that every one is talking about ,that is suppose to be behind the fairing,I've looked .but apparently not in the right place ,can anybody post a picture for us blind people,pictures is wortha thousand words.