Posted: 03/11/2004 7:14:37 PM
This advises on how to do a bypass if you a) break a switch (or a diode) and are stuck on the trail or b) remove the kickstand switch because you remove/change the kickstand, etc. You are bypassing a safety system, and are warned that these systems are there for a reason, so do any mods at your own risk. I broke my kickstand switch, and waded through the schematic.
First, the be-all and end-all bypass if you get stuck.
- Take both wires off the clutch switch.
- connect them together.
- ground them.
The kickstand switch:
- The GREEN wire is connected to FRAME GROUND.
- The YELLOW/BLACK wire goes to the SIDESTAND LIGHT in the cluster. The light goes on when this wire is grounded.
- The GREEN/WHITE wire connects to the CLUTCH SWITCH and the CDI SENSE wire. Bike runs when this wire is GROUNDED.
Reply by dave_cl on 06/14/2007 5:03:27 PM
If folks are going to ref. this post I'll add the link to the pic.
Reply by viperx on 03/07/2015 06:24:30 AM
thanks for the info! After looking through this thread carefully, I found the green plug under the seat, then jumpered between the two green wires with solder and taped everything back up. Works perfect. Kickstand light and al other safeties work just fine. I was hoping to se this mod to make it easier to oil the chain- block the rear end up and let iit idle in 1st. zztried it yesterday but the bike doesn't like to idle with the wheel freespinnin. Might have to try a taller gear or aftr its warmed up.
Reply by dave_cl on 03/12/2015 12:17:48 PM
Watch your fingers! There's a series of pics from someone who was not...
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