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    installing givi S310 spotlights

    Quote Originally Posted by wildeone View Post
    so you get it from the back of fuse box, attaching to the cable not from the front fuse box as i understand.

    thanks
    No, front. On this way I did not cut or change anything on the bike. I just put a connector into the empty fuse hole.

    I used a man faston



    Very easy to find out which one is the right one cable.
    Check with something is working on 12volts. Light or sound, put negative (black - ) on bike ground (somewhere for sure is ground) engine part.
    Then the positive (red + ) into the fuse space. On/off the ignition.
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    it took me a while but here you go

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    Hi guys. I have spotlights on my nc700. They are however linked to high beam. Is it simple to rewire to the low beam or is it more of a job than that? Thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by GarrickB View Post
    Hi guys. I have spotlights on my nc700. They are however linked to high beam. Is it simple to rewire to the low beam or is it more of a job than that? Thanks

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    If your Spots come on with ignition (meaning no key no lights) then you just have to change your spot light tap from the Hi-Beam Positive to the Low beam positive.
    I think it's the white stripped light heading into your headlight if I remember correctly.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SleepyC View Post
    If your Spots come on with ignition (meaning no key no lights) then you just have to change your spot light tap from the Hi-Beam Positive to the Low beam positive.
    I think it's the white stripped light heading into your headlight if I remember correctly.
    When my low beam is on then the spotlights are not on. Once i put my hi beam light on then the spotlight comes on. But i can't ride with hi beam on because i get flashed by other motorists therefore i dont get use of the spotlights. So i presume i need to rewire the spotlights to the low beam and not hi beam.

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    With regard to panel removal, it is a simple matter as long as you follow the order. The youtube videos are a very good guide.

    You should note that the bolts that you remove are several different sizes and MUST go back exactly where they came from.

    A good suggestion is to get a piece of corrugated cardboard and use a sharpie to draw a rough outline of the panel. With a screwdriver, make holes in the cardboard where the bolts are on the panel. Then, as you remove each one. pop it in the card.

    Simples!

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