Harley Davidson Road King Lightbar installation manual

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Filed Under (Harley Davidson) by admin on 06-03-2012

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This product is designed to mount in the lowest, visible section of the motorcycle windshield. 1. Install the 3 housing edge seals (1 long seal and 2 short seals) onto the lightbar as shown (Fig. 1). Make sure that the seal is oriented so that the lip curls inward (Fig 2). 2. Remove the 3 screws shown from the upper section of the windscreen (Fig. 3.). CAUTION! DO NOT LOOK DIRECTLY AT THESE LED’SWHILE THEY ARE ON. MOMENTARY BLINDNESS AND/OR EYE DAMAGE COULD RESULT! IMPORTANT WARNING! WARNING! All customer supplied W ires that connect to the positive terminal of the battery must be sized to supply at least 125% of the maximum operating current and FUSED at the battery to carry that load. DO NOT USE CIRCUIT BREAKERS WITH THIS PRODUCT! Fig. 1 Fig. 4 Fig. 3 Fig. 2 3. Position the lightbar into its mounting position behind the windscreen. When properly positioned, the holes in the lightbar mounting tabs will be aligned with the vacant holes through the windscreen. 4. Using the mounting hardware included with the lightbar, secure the lightbar to the windscreen assembly. 5. Route the wires to their respective destinations (Fig. 4). It is left to the installation technician’s discretion to select a path for these wires that will both protect them from possible damage and not interfere with the operation of any other vehicle components or equipment

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Harley-Davidson Electra Glide LED Motorcycle Lightbar Installation Guide

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Filed Under (Harley Davidson) by admin on 29-01-2011

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Mounting IMPORTANT! The lightbar should be located a minimum of 16″ from any radio antennas! This product is designed to mount in the lowest, visable section of the motorcycle windshield. The mounting procedure requires removal of the front facia panel of the motorcycle. 1. Remove the 3 screws along the base of the windshield from the upper section of the faring facia panel. 2. Remove the 4 remaining screws (shown above) that secure the facia panel to the faring. With these screws removed, the facia and windshield can now be removed from the motorcycle faring. 3. Position the lightbar into its mounting position. The base of the lightbar fits onto the three screw bosses used by the screws removed in step 1. 4. With the facia panel removed, the lightbar should now be wired. 5. Route the wires to their respective destinations. It is left to the installation technician’s discretion to select a path for these wires that will both protect them from possible damage and not interfere with the operation of any other vehicle components or equipment. 6. Using the original hardware removed in steps 1 & 2, remount the faring and windshield according to the motorcycle manufacturers service manual

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