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post #31 of 36 (permalink) Old 05-31-2019, 10:49 AM
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From MY2018 (standard and Adventure Sports) the OEM aux socket is connected directly in the main loom and not to the option port behind the instrument panel (which had a 2A fuse inline to the socket and is a nightmare to replace in case). Therefore the MY2018 12v OEM aux socket is protected by the 10A OPT fuse in the box under the seat.

I think you will not have any problem using the charger you described in a MY2018- Standard or Adventure AT.
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@ all: I have to correct myself. the iPhone charger has two outputs; each can supply 2.4Amps.

@deltabi : thank you for your reply. Do you have some wiring diagrams of ATAS MY2018 you can share with me?

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@karol : here you are, link to wiring diagram for MY2018- standard/adventure (DCT model)

https://www.dropbox.com/s/aojomo7yrh...CT%20.pdf?dl=0
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@deltabi : thank you!
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Does anyone know the differences between the two sockets for 2016-2017 vs 2018 besides the huge price difference? I assume the connector may be different but can't see how that would decrease the price by as much as it currently is. Thanks
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Does anyone know the differences between the two sockets for 2016-2017 vs 2018 besides the huge price difference? I assume the connector may be different but can't see how that would decrease the price by as much as it currently is. Thanks
If you are referring to the aux power socket, in the MY2018 they changed the main loom, adding a specific connector for installing the power socket. So it's easier to install it and you don't need to remove the front part of the fairing to have access to the front option connector where the socket it's connected in the MY2016-17.
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