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How to hotwire my bike? Not for any bad things, mu brother lost my keys.

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  • will81791 May 05, 2009

    i have a red wire a black and 3 brown the 2 brown are away from the other 3 and the one brown is next to the red please help

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1. Start by prying the metal ignition cap where the key would usually go off to get to the wires. 2. Twist the battery and ignition wires together to complete the connection and send power from the battery to the motorcycle's ignition. Alternate Method 1. You can clip the wires on the bottom of the ignition. Only clip the red wire and the solid green wire. If there is no green wire, look for a solid yellow or black wire. Various colors are used to prevent non-professional tampering. The battery is always red and green, yellow, and black are the ground/ignition wires. Only clip the previously mentioned wires and leave the other wires alone, especially any "stripped" wires!

Posted on Nov 20, 2008

  • myballs_69 Jun 26, 2011

    Is it possible to ruin something when doing this?, I have the same bike cept I have three red wires coming from the ignition switch, what should I do?. It takes 2 weeks for the new keys I ordered and I wanna ride now, it is my primary trans!.
    Thanks.

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    Tony Cantero Mar 13, 2014

    Call a locksmith. They'll ask to see registration & your state license to ascertain you're the legal owner before doing gthe job.

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Someone tried to steal my 08 gsx-r and they messed up my whole ignition and now i need help hotwiring it to get to the dealership

Posted on Aug 17, 2009

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You need 2 follow thge wire down from the egnition and see the fat pluggs undo them and kick start it but you cannot cut it out unless you block the exust :)

Posted on Apr 10, 2010

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    Brennan Holman Sep 11, 2015

    To cut it out remove the ignition plug and put the wires together that did it for me

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How do you hot wire a 78 shovel head? We have inherited the bike and the ignition is locked and would like to hotwire it to test fire.

Posted on Apr 27, 2010

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Hotwiring a car other than one you own is a criminal offence and for newer models may not even work. These days manufacturers often hide the components or wires and include cut-off switches - which means the engine won't start even with a key. It may also require a chipped key (hint: if there's an RFID (radio-frequency identification) chip in it stick it to the steering column before trying the following). But for older models you're good to go. If you find yourself stranded in a hostile environment like a desert or suburban housing estate you won't give a damn that it makes you look like a car thief.
Be warned: the following techniques could cause electric shocks or serious damage to the engine, internal components and your car. Use with caution.

Screwdriver in the Ignition

Take a flat-head screwdriver and use it in place of a key. Simply insert into the keyhole and turn. It's not the most flash way to do it but it'll save you a whole lot of trouble. If it doesn't work don't worry, you can use the screwdriver for the next solution.

The Old-Fashioned Way

Right, make sure you're in neutral then get yourself under the steering column and remove the ignition cover - sometimes clipped on, sometimes screwed on. Typically you'll now see three pairs of wires. Each one corresponds to one turn on the ignition key so the first is the battery-on position, next lights, radio and electrics and the final one the starter motor.
Unfortunately there's no standard colour-coding system for these wires so you'll need to look in the manual to find out which pair is which. However if you've lost it or there's a bunch of hoodies banging on the window you could try the following.
Find the matching power wires, usually red. Disconnect them, strip the ends and reconnect by twisting them together. Bingo: the dash should light up. Do not touch them to anything metal in the car.
Now locate the starter wire or wires, often brown. WARNING: Do not touch the bare ends of these wires: they carry live current and you may be electrocuted. Now that you know this and have taken full responsibility for whatever happens next, strip the ends of these wires and cross the brown and red together. Just like the desperate hero in the movies. You should see a spark and the engine should start. Once the car is running, separate the live wires and cover the bare ends to protect yourself while driving.
Give the car a few revs to prevent it stalling and your having to repeat this procedure. Now put your foot down and get the hell out of Dodge.
Motorbikes are even easier. Just take the ignition cover off and twist the battery and ignition wires together (check the manual to find out the exact specs for your machine or opt for red and green if you're in a jam). Now start the motor and drive like the devil himself was chasing you.
You never know when disaster will strike, so here's how to do it when you're stuck in a desert.

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I tried to hotwire my Kawasaki klr. Then I found the keys. Now it doesn't work at all. Careful when messing with the ignition.

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With the first responce that sounds the best, I 2 had lost my keys & for the same bike. Im contimplateing doing this I just dont want to damage anything. Is it a possibility that I will ruin something?

Posted on Jun 26, 2011

  • oldgar9 Oct 11, 2014

    a locksmith can fix it for you

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