Random Plug in Trunk?


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RegisGL1500
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Random Plug in Trunk?

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Changing from duel sports to GL1500!
Loving it!
Few pictures of plug in trunk????
Anyone know what it could be for??
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Re: Random Plug in Trunk?

Post by DenverWinger »

That looks like the connector plug for my Alpine CD changer which I installed in the trunk.

That is not a GL1500 plug, you'll need to follow the wire to see what's on the other end of it to find out what it is for.

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RegisGL1500
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Re: Random Plug in Trunk?

Post by RegisGL1500 »

Thanks!
That is what I thought it could be. Hoping to adding Bluethooth transmitter in its place!
Plan on going through the whole bike this winter,
From what I can find Sanyo Pioneer and you have a Alpine. Hope they have same pin configuration!
Do you have model number for the Alpine?
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