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post #1 of 9 (permalink) Old 07-25-2009, 01:17 AM Thread Starter
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Unhappy Mystery Wires from clutch controls

I'm having a hard time figuring out what a pair of wires is for. They are a pair of Black/White and Black wires that come from the headlight switch/horn controls.

it's not the wires for the clutch switch, and its separate from the harness.

about a foot long with female blade connectors on them, one seems to need a power source and I think it has to do with my horn never working.

if one of you can trace those wires and possibly take a pic of where they connect I'd be so happy.:icon_stud

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OK,so is it the horn wires, usually mounted in the area above the rad?
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OK,so is it the horn wires, usually mounted in the area above the rad?
sorry, no. the horn wires are Green and light green.

these wires are coming directly from the switch and are Black and Black/white

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well it doesn't show up on the wiring diagram. I'm thinking my bike has some f-ed up wiring compared to stock.


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well you have any pictures of them on your bike?
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it's not the wires for the clutch switch, and its separate from the harness.

really? well now Im going to go look :)

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I know it's not the greatest pic, but the two wires that connect to MY horn are
blk-blk/wht, about a foot long coming from the LH switch assy, with female blade
type connectors.

I think those are the horn wires bro....??

What the hell are the grn ones then????

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Did you or the prior owner replace the turn switch assembly?
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