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I recently put an aftermarket slip on exhaust on my bike so I lost the built in OEM plate light. My solution to this was to purchase led plate light bolts and I'm going to install them very soon.

What I'm looking for is if anyone knows what the connector is to plug into the factory harness as I'd rather not butcher and hard wire in the lights. This will also help should i need to remove the plate for any reason.

Model is a 05 636 for reference. I could cut the one off my oem exhaust, but would rather not just in case I sell it or need to put it back on for some odd reason.

Any help would be appreciated!
 

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The wire it needs to plug into looks just like the turn signal lights, should be just sitting there unused with the rest of the taillight connections.

As far as the aftermarket light, you could cut the connector off of your OEM taillight/mud guard for the OEM plate light and just splice that into your new plate light and use that to connect to your wiring harness. That's what I did with my integrated taillight to essentially make it plug and play.
 

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The wire it needs to plug into looks just like the turn signal lights, should be just sitting there unused with the rest of the taillight connections.

As far as the aftermarket light, you could cut the connector off of your OEM taillight/mud guard for the OEM plate light and just splice that into your new plate light and use that to connect to your wiring harness. That's what I did with my integrated taillight to essentially make it plug and play.
I know which wire it is, I just don't want to butcher the OEM exhaust in case I need it later on for something or sell it. What I'm trying to do is figure out if I can purchase the clip that will work with the OEM harness to splice together a "quick connect/disconnect" system for the bolts. Worst case scenario I'll butcher the exhaust harness to get the clip, I'd just rather leave that intact.
 

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Cycle Gear has them for about $5.99 a pair seen them today not sure if there is one near your location?
 
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