Do you already have a hitch on the motorcycle? If so, it's possible there's a wiring isolator already attached.I am curious as to where everyone connects the trailer harness to get the running, turn, and brake lights?
I have 1998 Qwik Kamp that I want to pull with my 2015 Gold Wing. Where is the best place to tap into?
I Installed the hitch a couple weeks ago and did not install the isolator yet. I have one for the bike, just not the plug-n-play.Do you already have a hitch on the motorcycle? If so, it's possible there's a wiring isolator already attached.
If not, installation of the harness is relatively straightforward.
The instructions are generic, I am hoping to find something more specific to the 2015 Gold Wing. If nothing more specific, I can always do it the old fashioned way by tracing and splicingI see he P-n-P version is no longer offered by Rivco (for example), but their universal one along with the 2012-2017 harness is the replacement.
Reading the instructions, installation is virtually the same (only difference is plugging in the GL18007-38 subharness for your 2012 & up bike.)
Sounds like what I need, I just sent you a message to find out how to get oneI can not tell from your posts or your profile what year / model bike you are riding, but if you have 2006 to 2017 Goldwing, I can help you out with a plug and play break out harness so you do not have to cut or tap directly into any wires on the bike.
See my post here https://gl1800riders.com/forums/201-inventors-hobby-shop/431273-c31-breakout-harness.html
Based on previous issues with other bikes where people tapped into the bike's wires for a trailer hook up, I cannot stress enough what a bad idea it is to tap directly in especially with those stupid guillotine type Scotch-lok side taps.
I have done this type of set up for hundreds of bikes it works very well.