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post #1 of 22 (permalink) Old 05-03-2017, 03:17 PM Thread Starter
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12 volt accessory socket

12 volt accessory socket contemplations. I ordered the bike with this extra, for powering my navigation, but decided against it and removed it. Itís bracket would be an obstruction to my favored nav mounting position, and why would I have a cigarette lighter housing in my view when I can make a cable that connects directly from the nav to the factory loom.
Removing the back cover of the headlight is explained in the instruction manual. See the images for location of the accessory connector on the loom, and see the tab to lift with fingernail to undo these connectors.
The connector itself seems to be (donít take my word for it) a Sumitomo HM 090 2 pin 6187-2801 and 6187-2451(2804?) which can be found on AliExpress and at corsa-technic.com and cycleterminal.com.
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So, you had an instruction manual from your Honda dealer?
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do you have a picture of it when it was still on your bike?
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Here you go, Iím just keeping it in hand approximately where it goes, it bolts to the back of the front lip on the instrument pod, with the bolts that hold the pod in place.
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Here you go, Iím just keeping it in hand approximately where it goes, it bolts to the back of the front lip on the instrument pod, with the bolts that hold the pod in place.
Cool. thanks. It's a little odd positioning if you were to ask me. Also, didn't realize that the shield/screen was clear. Good to know.
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So, you had an instruction manual from your Honda dealer?
No the outlet comes with install directions.
All the accessory install directions are also on the Honda web page.
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12 volt accessory socket contemplations. I ordered the bike with this extra, for powering my navigation, but decided against it and removed it. Itís bracket would be an obstruction to my favored nav mounting position, and why would I have a cigarette lighter housing in my view when I can make a cable that connects directly from the nav to the factory loom.
Removing the back cover of the headlight is explained in the instruction manual. See the images for location of the accessory connector on the loom, and see the tab to lift with fingernail to undo these connectors.
The connector itself seems to be (donít take my word for it) a Sumitomo HM 090 2 pin 6187-2801 and 6187-2451(2804?) which can be found on AliExpress and at corsa-technic.com and cycleterminal.com.
I like your idea. I considered it at first but didn't want to lose the ability to charge my cell phone as well as a Nav in case they use a different cable.
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do you mind taking a pic of the front of your bike with the shield/screen?
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No the outlet comes with install directions.
All the accessory install directions are also on the Honda web page.
I meant "of the Rebel".
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do you mind taking a pic of the front of your bike with the shield/screen?
Asaulo1, there are already perfect factory images of the screen around, search for 2017 Honda Rebel windscreen, hondaprokevin.com has the accessories images on his site for some time now.
It's a tiny screen, but I think it just looks good.
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