I find the more I read in here the more I learn, but I need someone to help explain what is, I am sure, very basic when it comes to posted Electrical Diagrams.
I saw a post by fergy "Coil Wiring and Relay mod"
and he does a great job explaining how he did a basic auto relay showing pictures on his bike and a diagram. His is not the first wiring diagram that I have seen, but when I see the diagrams with wires going to a square with numbers I need help finding that square on the bike.
If it is something very simple like a circuit breaker box in a house that has all the numbers than the wiring diagram will make a lot more sense.
If it is that simple do these diagrams I have seen stating:
86- Power Lead From Switch
85- Ground For Relay
30- Power Lead From Battery
87- Power Lead From Relay
mean those numbers are clearly visible and you just stick the wire in a hole next to the number? How is the wire secured? Does it require soldering? Or is it some kind of use a pin to release a latch stick the wire in and remove the pin to re-set the latch on the wire?
Or are there wires already in the holes identified by the numbered wiring diagram and you have to find a way to put more than one wire in there. Is that possible? How would that be accomplished?
A picture on the bike showing the referenced square in the wiring diagrams with the numbers and where I can find it myself would be a great help.
I did not see anyone asking this, but need some basic help to resolve my ignorance. I am sure there are lurkers out there who would appreciate responses to all this too.
Thanks for the help everyone,