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Steelhand, I have been researching the power port and this seems to be the same if not almost the exact power port that was used on some of the Kawasaki Prairie models, it secures with a nut on the back.
I found one on ebay, used and it may clean up well for $8.10 USD or you could buy a new one that won't be as expensive as the designation for the ex400.
here is the Link with a pic you can compare:
https://www.ebay.com/itm/99-KAWASAK...ash=item281055a6d0:g:pr4AAOSw-zxWon3a&vxp=mtr

The relay is a common fuel relay used on Kawasaki's, Omron 27002-1062 and an ebay link for a used one @ $14.95:
https://www.ebay.com/i/263414680800?chn=ps
 

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I take it that you were able to complete this without taking any of the fairing off?

Also, if possible, could you post a wider shot of where the relay connector goes so I know where to look (I'm new to motorcycles)
 

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Hi rde09,

I'm a new rider also and not too mechanically inclined but I would like to be able to do some simple maintenance and mods. Is this fairly easy to do?

Also just to make sure I understand your instructions, there's an accessory cable behind the dash that plugs directly into a DC Power Adapter? Would the overpriced DC Adapter from Kawasaki still require to build two connector cables or connects directly to accessory cable? I'm also not sure where the relay goes and if it's just a simple plug n play and nothing too challenging to install.

Thanks!
 

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Hi rde09,

I'm a new rider also and not too mechanically inclined but I would like to be able to do some simple maintenance and mods. Is this fairly easy to do?

Also just to make sure I understand your instructions, there's an accessory cable behind the dash that plugs directly into a DC Power Adapter? Would the overpriced DC Adapter from Kawasaki still require to build two connector cables or connects directly to accessory cable? I'm also not sure where the relay goes and if it's just a simple plug n play and nothing too challenging to install.

Thanks!
From looking at Kawasaki's accessories page, the DC socket comes with the cables attached so you can plug it straight into the cables behind the dashboard

https://kawasaki.com.au/shop/accessories/dc-power-outlet-2/
 

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I went down to my closest dealer today to grab a relay and they have to order it in so I will be picking it up on Friday.

I grabbed a metre of 14g and 16g wire and I also bought a cheap crimping kit which had female bullets but no male bullets lol (half of the box was covered so I couldn't see that they had no male bullets) so now I have to source a single bullet

Which gauge wire did you use EoraneBzh?
 

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Nice to see the bike is pretty much pre-wired for 95% of this. This mod is so cheap, it will be practically free.
 
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