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Author Topic: Simplified Wiring Digrams  (Read 74784 times)

Offline Beaner242

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Re: Simplified Wiring Digrams
« Reply #50 on: May 14, 2014, 14:58:12 »
need a diagram for 81 Suzuki gs 550t. just to get bike started to make sure it runs. thanks.
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Offline Ribo

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Re: Simplified Wiring Digrams
« Reply #51 on: May 14, 2014, 15:25:06 »
I'd love to see one for an XJ650 :)
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Offline Huddy

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Re: Simplified Wiring Digrams
« Reply #52 on: Jun 14, 2014, 19:29:41 »
you guys mind picking my wire digram apart. I just completed it...????


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Re: Simplified Wiring Digrams
« Reply #53 on: Jun 14, 2014, 20:37:15 »
How is the neutral light powered?
unplug the connectors from the harness and multimeter the shit out of them

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Offline Huddy

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Re: Simplified Wiring Digrams
« Reply #54 on: Jun 14, 2014, 22:37:14 »

How is the neutral light powered?

Haha that's a really good question! Thank you

I think I fix a couple of things thanx to rich ard

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Re: Simplified Wiring Digrams
« Reply #55 on: Jun 15, 2014, 00:57:23 »
High beam indicator needs a feed from the high beam, too.  Start button doesn't usually need a ground as it's grounded through the bars.  There shouldn't be a brown wire for the headlight, either.  Brown wire is for parking lights, so if you put a brown wire on the headlight, you'll drain the battery if you switch the key to park.  Headlight needs a black wire or to be fed from the handlebar switch.  I'm pretty sure the SL350 K0 had on/off switch for the headlight as well as dimmer.
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Offline Huddy

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Re: Simplified Wiring Digrams
« Reply #56 on: Jun 15, 2014, 01:25:34 »

High beam indicator needs a feed from the high beam, too.  Start button doesn't usually need a ground as it's grounded through the bars.  There shouldn't be a brown wire for the headlight, either.  Brown wire is for parking lights, so if you put a brown wire on the headlight, you'll drain the battery if you switch the key to park.  Headlight needs a black wire or to be fed from the handlebar switch.  I'm pretty sure the SL350 K0 had on/off switch for the headlight as well as dimmer.

So I slapped myself for not providing some info...
Not sure I am going to wire up the high beam... This is because I am doing custom controls. One for the turn signal, left side. An start on the right, witch is why I added the ground for the start button. I am up in the air on a kill switch and high beams, this is an day/town cruiser for the wife.

The brown wire for the headlight was ran through the ignition cause there is not going to be an on/off switch. Just want it to always be on for her.

At last I am up in the air for a fuse block. I was thinking ignition, charging, aux, lighting

Thoughts?

Offline Sonreir

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Re: Simplified Wiring Digrams
« Reply #57 on: Jun 15, 2014, 13:39:58 »
Brown wire doesn't have power unless you have the ignition switch in 'park', so if you're wanting an always on setup, remove all the brown wires on the bike and replace with black.
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Offline Huddy

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Re: Simplified Wiring Digrams
« Reply #58 on: Jun 15, 2014, 14:04:26 »

Brown wire doesn't have power unless you have the ignition switch in 'park', so if you're wanting an always on setup, remove all the brown wires on the bike and replace with black.
Oh I didn't know that, so how does the running tail light get power? I see how the rear brake works...

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Re: Simplified Wiring Digrams
« Reply #59 on: Jun 15, 2014, 16:15:11 »
When you turn the headlight on and the ignition switch is in the 'on' position, the brown/white wires from the headlight control feeds power into the backlights on the gauges as well as feeding power into the brown/white wire on the ignition switch.  The power then comes out on the brown wire to the tail light and running lights (if present).
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