[Main] [Bike Specific] [Fuseboxes] [Elec. Products] [Connectors] [Wiring Kits] [Fasteners] [Tools] [Company] [Clearance] [New Stuff] [Shipping]

Visit our Facebook page

MINIMUM ORDER IS $10 (not including shipping). I’m sorry but I will refund all orders less than $10.
IN  A HURRY? Please make sure you get fast EMS shipping, see our Shipping Page for details.

Ducati Scrambler Sixty2  ( 2015- 2020 ).
Ducati Sixty2 2CS Switched Fuse Solution

Sixty2 Switching Lead


Scrambler Sixty2 2CS Solution

This is a plug and play kit for the Ducati Scrambler Sixty2, that provides two fused switched output. The outputs
are live, once the motorcycle is  turned on. The switched signal is taken from the rear tail light connector.



  • 2CS Specifications and Features:
  • - comes with an assortment of ATM fuses, one for each output circuit and a few extras
  • - 2 hot outputs (2 switched circuits)
  • - Switched circuits are turned off when the bike is shut down.
  • - 2 ground outputs - much better to ground your auxiliary circuits here than on a bike’s frame
  • - maximum fuse panel capacity 20 Amps
  • - maximum individual circuit capacity 15 Amps
  • - your can double the number of outputs by using the splitters available below.
  • - designed to minimize space used.


Scrambler Sixty2 2CS  -  $49.95



Scrambler Sixty2 Switching Lead

Connects to the tail light connector and allows for the stock tail light lead to be moved to the rear of the bike in front of the seat latch. Also allows connection to accessory fuse boxes or PDM;s. Comes with one male connector and seals/terminals so you can make a cable to your device.

Switching lead for external relay or PC-8R Fuse Box. Large sheath covers the OEM sheath for a waterproof seal. Connects to the black/red stripe cable on the right side of the
rear sub-frame brace.


Scrambler Sixty2 Switching Lead $14.95



Scrambler Sixty2 Installation Notes:

  1. Remove both the seat.
  2. Remove the battery cover/tray.
  3. Disconnect the battery negative and tape up the ring terminal so it does not touch the battery negative.
  4. Disconnect the battery positive
  5. Remove the tool kit tray ( there is a connector in front of it you will need to disconnect ). I believe there are 2 screws holding it in place.
  6. We lowered the under tray section, but if you can access the tail light connector at the back of the under tray, there is no need.
  7. Pop the 3 pin connector off its mount.
  8. Connect the 2CS male connector to the bike side female.
  9. Fold up the tail light cable towards  the rear of the bike and connect to the 2CS switching lead & the tail light connector.
  10. Connect the 2CS (+) lead to the battery.
  11. Connect the 2CS (-) lead to the battery.
  12. Locate the components as seen in the pictures below.
  13. Re install the tool kit holder and if you loosened the under tail, put the that back in place.
  14. Wire up your accessories.
  15. Install the fuses and test.
2CS fully installed and out of sight under the battery cover.

Battery Cover removed

Tool Kit Removed
Disconnect connector in front of tool tray and remove 4 screws

Under Tail ( if necessary )
4 Screw to drop down

Finished & All Working
Accessing Tail Light Connector

Tie Up Excess Cable

Tail Light Cable Connected To Splitter & In Position

Completed Installation