Remove the upper of the 2 bolts holding the headlight in place and pivot it down to get it out of your way. Remove the speedometer cable and tuck it out of your way. Remove the 2 screws for the junction box cover.
Use a female spade crimp-on connector with sheaf to connect a wire for the P prong to run to your panel.
Route it along the wire harness and up to the junction box, securing to the harness with electrician's tape and/or zip ties.
Locate the black 6 pin connector, this is the connector for the instrument lights. Find the panel side BLK/ORG and BLK/WHY wires, the harness side should have BLU and ORG wires.
Cut the orange and blue wires on the underside/harness-side of the connector (give yourself about an inch or a little more). Cap off the harness side of the ORG and BLU wires with electrician's tape so you don't get a short from them later on, and in case you later want to add something else to the turn signal circuits (such as a new spedo with separate left/right indicators, or extra turn signal lights)
Splice your new panel wire from the relay to one of the 2 wires, and splice a ground wire to the other. The panel bulb is incandescent so it doesn't matter which.
There is a 4 way bullet connector with all green wires, this is your ground that you need to connect to.
Acceptable: solder your ground wire to the 4-way ground connector. (tricky soldering, 4-way is a deep heat sink and pre-tin is essential)
Preferred:use 3.9mm metric motorcycle bullet connectors to make a splitter to connect your ground (I put in 2 since I plan to add passing lights soon)
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