switch is knackered now
so im rigging up a relay for the ignition. has anyone done this. ive got the info
but still not sure which wires go were on the relay...
picture of relay i be using 4pin
Or is this right...
1/ three ignition wires to 86 on the relay. with a switch added!
2/white wire to 30 on relay ie: hotwire. fused.
3/ Connect one of Hyper-lites weatherproof switches to one of the
poles on the control side of the relay. 87 on relay. hook up to BW wire
4/ and earth 85...
This is the info ive scorced from here. Just trying to work it out, be simple
i know but im banging my head against the wall, and kawasaki want £130 for switch
1Clip the wires off the base plate. (Leave just a little tag of wire so you can
tell what color went where--in case you get confused, or don't agree with my write-up.)
2. Butt-splice extensions onto each of the wires. Make these as long as you will
need to get to the switches you are going to mount. Use automotive crimp style
3. Bundle these three wires into one:
Yellow (this is the ignition switch wire)
All these wires work together to run the bike and the lights (except brake-tail).
4. Connect this bundle of wires to the switched side of a relay.
(Use an "always-open" relay
5. Connect the white wire to the other pole of the switched side
of the relay. This white wire is your power supply (hot wire).
6. Connect one of Hyper-lites weatherproof switches to one of the
poles on the control side of the relay.
7. Connect the other lead of the Hyper-lite switch to the black-white
wire. This is also a hot wire--it actually connects to the white wire
someplace back in the guts of the machine.
8. Connect the final pole of the relay to ground. Or connect it to the
supplied negative lead inside the headlight bucket. (I can't recall
the color of the wire--yellow and white???)
That finishes the power-up section. You still have to connect the tail-brake
lights to the headlight control system.
9. Connect the blue wire to one lead of your second Hyper-lite switch.
10. Connect the red wire to the other lead of your switch.
If i can get this sorted i be glad to put info and walkthrough on maintenace page
as im sure there been a lot of aggs with the ign switch...