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    the-oz-slider
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    Smile 2007 R1200GS new GPS wiring

    Hello All,
    Santa Claus [AKA my wife ] bought me a new Garmin Zumo 660 for Christmas, and I want to hard wire it into the bike , but with a quick disconnect so that I can move it from one bike to the other at any time.
    Any suggestions as to where to hook it up to? Harness is basically standard, with no extra fuse blocks.
    Thanks
    Al

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    Registered User rcliffor's Avatar
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    Why not use the GPS connector that is already there?
    2007 R1200GS

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    RROOKEY rrookey's Avatar
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    Touratech makes a great mount for the 660, a little pricey but concidering that if it gets stolen it's more then the mount, and the mount is locking so there is a peice of mind when when you stop somewhere and forget to lock it up...

    http://www.touratech-usa.com/Store/1...-Locking-Black

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    A bozo on the bus deilenberger's Avatar
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    Al,

    You can buy the mount for the 660 for around (IIRC) $45 or so, with the wiring. I'd put one on each bike you want to use the GPS on. For your R1200GS - there is a plug in the harness for connecting the factory GPS. This can be used for your 660 if you buy the factory "repair connector" - which is the needed connector with some wire stubs coming out of it. Someone will post the PN I'm sure - it's about $25 from the dealer.
    Don Eilenberger http://www.eilenberger.net
    Spring Lk Heights NJ NJ Shore BMW Riders New Sweden BMW Riders
    '07 R1200R (current ride) and some bimmers.. and a Porsche

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    the-oz-slider
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    R1200GS wiring

    Thanks guys, indeed we used the GPS plug and made up a really nice fitting to hook it up with a quick disconnect plug....
    i have ordered the ZTechnic mount and it will work just great. I also going to buy another mount with harness for my proposed new acquisition in the spring. This bike (07 r1200GS) is off to New Zealand where it will stay so I can use it when Im down visiting my daughter who lives in Auckland.....
    Thanks for the advice......
    Al

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    Thumbs up Supplemental harness

    BMW Part number
    99 99 0 000 585, Supplemental harness

    Cheers,
    Merle

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