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    What plug/adapter fits this?

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    Hello,
    I have a 2012 r1200gs. This appears to be an accessory plug but I don't know which adapter (BMW part #) fits it. It's located below the instrument cluster.
    Thank you in advance!

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    Just a WAG, but that looks non-stock... is that a cap on the end? It looks like a typical 2-conductor SAE connector, available at any auto parts store.

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    Post an end view.
    I likely have the mating side.
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    If it has round male pins - I have the mating part.
    PM me if interested.

    These connectors were typically used on the police bikes for optional equipment.
    Last edited by GSAddict; 09-22-2021 at 04:45 PM.
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    Here's a picture of the "typical" SAE automotive connector (also available with more pins for trailer lighting, etc.); I got this one from the O'Reilly's Auto Parts website. My older Gerbings heated jacket liner uses the same connector - I'll bet that's what the previous owner had it for.
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    My apologies for the delay. Here's another photo. Also, it appears to be part of the connector in the second photo.IMG_3476.jpgIMG_3477.jpg

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    I have the mate to the 2 pin one if you need it.
    Just pay the postage
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    That's called a Molex connector. .063 size.

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    "Molex" is not a connector type, it's just a brand.

    ABrownie - When you say "it appears to a part of the [other] connector", do you mean they "Y" out of the same harness section? If so, that may indicate a specific accessory.
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    DIN socket connector

    Looks like it may be a connector for the optional BMW DIN or powerlet power socket.
    Does it have 12volts at all times or only when ignition is on?
    Last edited by beemerchuck; 09-24-2021 at 02:51 AM. Reason: Added powerlet
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