If you have installed a Dyna 3000 on your Road Star there is a little tip about how you can cut a hole in your battery case so you have easy access to the dip switches to change the Dyna’s settings. Problem is, after doing this you can’t see the mud map for the switch settings. So thanks to Jimtech of the Road Star Riders Forum here is a photo of the back of a Dyna 3000 for you to refer to or print out.
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