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    Default Anyone tell me where to connect to fused power on 2020+ S2S?

    I have a 2022 Sea to Sky, and I need to find a fused connection in the fuse boxes in back side of the front wall of the Frunk. Looking for something I can piggyback on to for a relatively light electrical load which I would prefer to be switched. Can anyone tell me where to connect?
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    What exactly are you trying to connect?? Others may be able to help by telling you how they connected theirs. Still, whatever it is, are you sure that you really need to go all the way to the fuse boxes to connect it to switched power?

    There's usually a switched Accessory Circuit lead under the tupperware below the seat, altho I can't remember which side it is on those later S2S models... But I'm sure someone here can tell us??
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    Earlier models had a GPS power source behind the fuel tank on the right side.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bartender View Post
    I have a 2022 Sea to Sky, and I need to find a fused connection in the fuse boxes in back side of the front wall of the Frunk. Looking for something I can piggyback on to for a relatively light electrical load which I would prefer to be switched. Can anyone tell me where to connect?
    So, I'll give you some 2023 info that should (I hope) be good for a 2022. You want power up front in the frunk, right? Look in your frunk on the left hand side of the battery access panel, and see if you have a round, rubber plug. If you do, that plugs a hole that is the size of a standard 12v / USB accessory power port. Behind the frunk wall then, on the left side and slightly above the battery, is the end of the power accessory harness. Yes, that harness supplies two uses. One use is for that factory GPS connection previously mentioned that is located on the right side of the bike, and the other is for a generic accessory connection up in the frunk. It is switched power that comes from the accessory fuse. See if you can find two wire connectors that look like this. It's awkward and helps to remove the battery to work in there. I think that you can take it from here.
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