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I have a 1989 (A5?) and I need the wires color in the pin 6,7,8. I'm not sure how reconnect these wires. Please look the picture, Is it the correct wiring diagram? Thanks.
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The one I've used for my bike ('88) looks a little different....
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I have a 1989 (A5?) and I need the wires color in the pin 6,7,8. I'm not sure how reconnect these wires. Please look the picture, Is it the correct wiring diagram? Thanks.
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She has California Registration, but where can I find that information? serial number or any stiker on her body?

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The serial number or vin number is under the front right yoke cover. This is the cover you remove to fill the radiator. It is located under the cover just forward of the fuel take, and it is on the frame. It is raining here, can not get outside to see what colors the wires are, and it is getting dark outside. I presume you need the actual colors of the wires on the bike. The only trouble is different years may have different colors for the wires. I have a 2004, and mine may not be the same.

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