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So where does a guy buy the plug connectors for the accessory light bar. Trying not to pay 250 dollars for a fifty dollar light bar.
 

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I have been trying to track down the factory connectors. It has been ****, but I think I may be close. I will post the info once I am sure
 

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Here are a few they offer from a service bulletin form a while back. I can't remember which connectors they are using on them though.

 

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These are made by molex and are calleda mlx connector. They are available through mouser electronics. You have to order the pins as well, they are not pre wired. I have researched far and wide and believe me, this is it. I just received my order from mouser. The accy box is made by trail tech, but they are under contract to Honda and will not sell anything or give away any proprietary info.
 

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rellison10.. Could you make a thread with a few pics of the connectors and ordering info so we can make a sticky out of it. I'm pretty sure this won't be the last time someone is going to need this info.
 

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I hope that no one is offended by this, but I found the Honda sxs forum before this one so I use them both. I posted the info for using non Honda accessories, with the appropriate connectors for the Honda accessory fuse box and switches on the Honda sxs forum under "using Hondas accessory house box and swicht panel for non Honda accessories"
 

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I hope that no one is offended by this, but I found the Honda sxs forum before this one so I use them both. I posted the info for using non Honda accessories, with the appropriate connectors for the Honda accessory fuse box and switches on the Honda sxs forum under "using Hondas accessory house box and swicht panel for non Honda accessories"
Went over to the other site to find your post(s) on switches and wiring (also found that site first.) Could not find the thread. Category? Page #? Any help?

I am going to wire my LED rear floods to a Daystar switch (I have them both on the way via Amazon) which I plan to put in my Honda accessory wire kit I previously installed. It would be nice to have the proper connectors for the Daystar switch.
 

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here is the light plug info swiped from the ohter sight


Using Hondas Accessory Fuse Box for non Honda Accessories

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Using Hondas Accessory Fuse Box for non Honda Accessories

by rellison110 » Sat Dec 28, 2013 1:00 pm
For those of you that either have or plan to install Hondas accessory switch panel and fuse box, there is an issue that has frustrated me to no end. The switches and plug in connectors are vendor are and proprietary to Honda. Fortunately for any Pioneer owners wanting to install this, I have located and now installed non Honda items using their accessory fuse box and switch panel.

The connectors and associated pins that go inside the connector are available from Mouser Electronics.com and the part numbers are as follows:

Two pin is 538-50-84-1020
Three pin is 538-50-84-1030
Four pin is 538-50-84-1040
The pins is 538-02-08-1002

I have only used the two pin so far, as that was all I need so far. I soldered my connectors.

I purchased switches from OTRATTW.com and they are Carling Tecnologies V series. I chose the Contura two which have two illumination functions. They illuminate with a bar at the bottom of the switch when the head lights are on, and then the designated symbol on the switch lights up when the accessory is in use.

You will need to modify the Honda connectors that plug into the switch panel per Carlings switch wiring diagram. I wired directly into the head light switch wire for the lower illumination function. It is a black and white wire that is under the hood, by the wheel well on the drivers side, and is a two pin connector that if you pull it apart, will disconnect power to the head lights, that will tell you that you have the right wire.

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