The jumper cable is an extra piece of cable that some bikes have incorporated into the wiring harness as shown in the second illustration below. Whether or not you have a jumper cable will affect which connector check steps apply to you.
- If your accessory cable doesn't connect with anything (it has a connector cover on its end), you do not have a jumper cable.
- If the accessory cable loops back up toward your wiring harness and connects to another cable, you do have a jumper cable.
Above: Wiring harness without a jumper cable
Legend (for wiring harness illustrations above and below)
||Rad UI Display
||Rad UI Display connector to the wiring harness (on bikes without a jumper cable). On bikes with a jumper cable, this connector connects to the jumper cable.
||Rad UI Display connector to the Rad UI Remote
||Wiring harness junction
||Wiring harness to headlight connector
||Accessory port with connector cover on its end
||Jumper cable junction
||Jumper cable connected to the wiring harness
||Jumper cable connected to the accessory port
Below: Wiring harness with a jumper cable