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Ignition wire for bluetooth speakers/clock

Looking for some help locating the ignition wire that I need to connect my set of bluetooth speakers to. There are three wires: Black, Red, and Green. Black to battery negative, Red to battery positive, and Green to ignition.
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Use the switched accessory plug in the headlight bucket.
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Dan also needs a + battery connection to keep the clock running. I would still use the accessory connector in the headlight bucket for - and switched (ignition) power. I would tap constant (battery) power from the supply to the speedometer. My M50 wiring diagram says it is red with a black tracer, but I would check with a voltmeter. BTW both circuits are already fused, so I would not use any fuse holders that came with the Bluetooth, as they would be redundant.


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