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    Skene P3 Flasher Mode When Off

    Is there a way to wire the P3 controller so that the flasher mode still works after turning the key off like the standard 4 way flashers work on the 2010 R1200RT?

    Currently I have the P3 wired thru a Fuzebloack that is triggered thru the front marker light.

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    tsp
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    Yes, I believe it has this feature, but you have to wire up the P3 to the battery to make it work that way. Since yours is switched, it will not work unless you rewire it. The instructions will tell you how to use it in flasher mode with the key off.

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    Parking Light Option

    The trick to doing this (assuming you trigger your LEDs from the front parking lights) is to turn your front parking lights on. This can be done by switching your turn signal on and holding it immediately after turning off the bike. Your front parking lights and tail light will turn on and remain on.

    HTH,
    tsp

    Quote Originally Posted by tsperez View Post
    Is there a way to wire the P3 controller so that the flasher mode still works after turning the key off like the standard 4 way flashers work on the 2010 R1200RT?

    Currently I have the P3 wired thru a Fuzebloack that is triggered thru the front marker light.

    TIA,
    tsp
    2010 R1200RT

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    On non-'RT models you can simply wire the P3 Lights controller to the tail light, as this also comes on when the parking lights are turned on.
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