I need some help guys. I have ordered a ride camera form my '19 RM. I have a good spot to mount it. If I build a bracket to mount the camera on, I can utilize the two bolts that attach the crash bar/fairing to the frame. It will place the camera between the two forks and looking out over the front fender. Now for the issue. I'm going to need a 12v 2amp switched power source for the camera. I'm not familiar enough with the Indian wiring scheme to immediately identify a proper source. Shop Manuals, with the wiring schematics are, apparently, non-existent for now. The '19 can't be much different than the previous year(s). I have read where the Indian MC electrical systems are pretty picky about current draws and don't want to cause any problems or warranty issues when I tap into the system. I have found two viable source in the fairing, other than the cell phone/ride command port on the dash. There is a plug for the garage door opener and there is a perfect source that was taped to the harness behind the headlight. The problem is, that, it is a small oddball female connector. It was obviously meant to be plugged into something, but what? I'd like to find the corresponding male plug so I'm hoping someone will recognize it and possibly point me to a source. (see photos). Failing that I'll have to resort to cutting off the plug and using Delphi's. However, I'd like to retain the original if I can.