Electrical Connection Fuse Relocation Harness for Kawasaki KLR650A, ’86-’07

SKU:EC.08106
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Description

This "Plug & Play" bike-specific wiring harness replaces the fragile OEM glass fuses and puts all 3 in a conveniently accessible location that does not require you to peel the bike apart for access. read more

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Description

Please note: This item does not come with fuses shown in the images.

This kit uses space saving ATM mini fuses.

Replaces the main (20 amp) headlight (10 amp) and radiator fan (10 amp) fuses.

Connection to the radiator fan requires splicing using the supplied ‘Posi-lock’ connectors – light years ahead of crimp connects (and MIL-spec too).

Shown with weatherproof fuse cover removed.

Application list:
KLR650A ’86-’07

Part Numbers

Our part number: EC.08106

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  1. Sean W

    Great product and easy to install

    Sean W

    Installing this kit was super easy. The hardest part was locating the fuse for the radiator fan but even with that it only took about 15 minutes.

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  2. Grooster

    Say goodbye to glass fuses easily!

    Grooster

    This kit makes replacing your glass fuses with reliable blade fuses a simple task. If you have a first gen KLR keep in mind you’ll get additional wiring for the fan fuse that you do not have. The instructions are for later models but still apply. Not a problem – Just wrap up the extra wiring and hide it behind the coil cover. The kit is plug and play! Plus you get more room on top of your battery – cleaner look, too.

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  3. fishyerik

    Easy to install

    fishyerik

    Bought this product and finally installed it. Directions were largely self-explanatory, especially as you look at the wires on the bike. The only challenge is figuring out where and how to install the fuse block. I chose to install it backwards from the instructions to provide additional protection for the wiring. You can find additional directions with great pictures if you search the internet.

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  4. blc

    Upgrade for my 1993 KLR650

    blc

    Upgrade that make a great all-round bike even better.

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  5. Brian F

    Good upgrade , horrible instructions

    Brian F

    Bought this for my 88. “Locate the factory fan fuse” but after searching and google to the rescue, KLRs did not get a fan fuse until 1990.Little footnotes like that would be nice. Pictures in the instructions would be a big
    help. Great product , horrible instructions!

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