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How do you wire the ignition switch for my 250cc lifan motorcycle with 4 color wires?

I am wiring the ignition switch and need to know what color goes with what?

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SOURCE: i have a lifan 250cc

I've found a Yamaha XV250 manual online (Yamaha-XV250-Shop-Manual). Doubtless there are others out there.

The good news is that most of it looks like it'll apply to the Lifan (without test yet). Other details could be interchanging and visit this Lifan Forum.

Good luck.

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2. Plan the installation to save time in the long run. Examine your motorcycle side-by-side with the diagrams. 
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6. Locate any additional wiring. Most of the wires will be running from the ignition of your motorcycle back toward the center of motorcycle to the fuse box. Open the ignition switch to test the wires to make sure they are the right ones. You will not be connecting to a wire near the ignition. You will need to follow the wire back towards the fuse box, closer to the mounted alarm system.
7. Remove the panels where your wires are located. Remember where all the screws and clips go.
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10. Test wire polarity first and then start connecting the wires to the correct locations. The best way to do this is by soldering or heat-shrinking the connections. You can also splice the wires and then tape them with electrical tape.
11. Know the wires. The ACC/Interface wire connects to the IGN/ACC wire located in the motorcycle's ignition switch harness. The wire you are looking for in the ignition switch harness should be 12 volts when the ignition is on, and should not show any voltage when the ignition switch is off. 
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Contact points cover open.

Left side points are for cylinders 1 and 4.
Right side points are for cylinders 2 and 3

Left side points have a White wire coming from it.
Right side points have a Black wire coming from it.

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One coil runs cylinders 1 and 4.
One coil runs cylinders 2 and 3.

No matter what style of ignition coil you use, the Black wire will connect to the Points. Whatever other color of wire they use, connects to the ignition switch.

BUT, check the specifications for the coils you're going to install. Connect the Negative side to the points. The Positive side to the ignition switch.

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There is a White wire on the coil, that is used for Cylinders 1 and 4.
There is a Black wire on the coil, that is used for Cylinders 2 and 3.


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To my understanding, for an 89-92 US/UK GSX750F:
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