Fuse block and relay

bomber

Finally made it
Location
Chicago-ish, USA
I’m wiring the bike for gps and aux lights. I’ll use a fuse block powered by a relay (likely triggered by the taillight circuit).

seems the area directly under the pillion seat would be a great place for the fuseblock, but I’m having trouble finding one thin enough to fit (at least, with the factory tool kit I. The stock location).

any suggestions?
 

Capt gary

Well travelled
Location
Dothan Alabama
I’m wiring the bike for gps and aux lights. I’ll use a fuse block powered by a relay (likely triggered by the taillight circuit).

seems the area directly under the pillion seat would be a great place for the fuseblock, but I’m having trouble finding one thin enough to fit (at least, with the factory tool kit I. The stock location).

any suggestions?
Use single in line fuses with posi lock and posi tap connectors get your ground from the frame https://www.posi-products.com/posiplug.html
 

ody04

Getting there...
Location
BayArea CA
I’m wiring the bike for gps and aux lights. I’ll use a fuse block powered by a relay (likely triggered by the taillight circuit).

seems the area directly under the pillion seat would be a great place for the fuseblock, but I’m having trouble finding one thin enough to fit (at least, with the factory tool kit I. The stock location).

any suggestions?
I added a relay and fuse box for future expandability. Battery to the relay and to fuze block I used 14AWG Wire, from fuse box to different accessories 16AWG wire used. From fuse box I used connections for 12V Aux (for airpump), 5V outlet (2x1A), 5V outlet (2x2A), 1 12v switched trigger for Fog Lights in low beam.

I made a separate dedicated 14 AWG wire connection For Fog lights with its own relay which is triggered when high beam or low beam light is in use (depending on the need, using single pole double throw switch).

Power Distribution Fuse Box - https://www.ebay.com/itm/6-Way-12V-24V-Car-Power-Distribution-Blade-Fuse-Holder-Box-Block-Panel-Fuses/283890623571

Get power from Tail Light to trigger relay - Wire Tap - https://drive.google.com/file/d/14qeS0xCbYzpNGA25FDNEJKM0SdWv_HGw/view?usp=sharing

Full wiring Diagram - https://drive.google.com/file/d/1rARvlCH-zEo2CkrqJnZlwhGVGhO-u_OK/view?usp=sharing

Location of the fuse box is in this video - https://drive.google.com/file/d/1W6WJYxCFFKLc0tAOX6T72GeFXC11ehsd/view?usp=sharing


Note: The diagram was not mine it was given by a youtuber (Adrien) i just used his work. Thanks goes to original creator.
Adriens Original Youtube link https://www.royalenfieldowners.com/index.php?threads/power-socket-port-or-pick-up-on-himalayan.887/post-8235

Hope this helps.

Thanks -PR
 
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bomber

Finally made it
Location
Chicago-ish, USA
I added a relay and fuse box for future expandability. Battery to the relay and to fuze block I used 14AWG Wire, from fuse box to different accessories 16AWG wire used. From fuse box I used connections for 12V Aux (for airpump), 5V outlet (2x1A), 5V outlet (2x2A), 1 12v switched trigger for Fog Lights in low beam.

I made a separate dedicated 14 AWG wire connection For Fog lights with its own relay which is triggered when high beam or low beam light is in use (depending on the need, using single pole double throw switch).

Power Distribution Fuse Box - https://www.ebay.com/itm/6-Way-12V-24V-Car-Power-Distribution-Blade-Fuse-Holder-Box-Block-Panel-Fuses/283890623571

Get power from Tail Light to trigger relay - Wire Tap - https://drive.google.com/file/d/14qeS0xCbYzpNGA25FDNEJKM0SdWv_HGw/view?usp=sharing

Full wiring Diagram - https://drive.google.com/file/d/1rARvlCH-zEo2CkrqJnZlwhGVGhO-u_OK/view?usp=sharing

Location of the fuse box is in this video - https://drive.google.com/file/d/1W6WJYxCFFKLc0tAOX6T72GeFXC11ehsd/view?usp=sharing


Note: The diagram was not mine it was given by a youtuber (Adrien) i just used his work. Thanks goes to original creator.
Adriens Original Youtube link https://www.royalenfieldowners.com/index.php?threads/power-socket-port-or-pick-up-on-himalayan.887/post-8235

Hope this helps.

Thanks -PR
Thank you!
 
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