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Ineed wiring diagram for a 1985 Kawasaki zn 700 ltd motorcycle

The plug on wiring harness that goes from starter switch to the fuse box was cut off and is not avalable. I need to know what color wires go where on fuse box

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Hi and welcome to FixYa,

If the starter relay in your version uses blue / white and red / white wires, then to my understanding, connection would be:

  • blue / white - goes to the start switch and is supplied with +12 on starting;
  • red / white - goes to the starter circuit cut-out relay. This cut-out relay controls whether the starting relay gets a ground based on neutral/gear and clutch lever conditions.

Good luck and thank you for asking FixYa.

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From the dynamo the current generated to induction coil armed with the appropriate capacitor, for relaying the current it via the distributor,(for timing of spark) high voltage/current, and distributed to each plug/Cylinder & called CDI ( Capacitor Discharge Ignition)..........seems the most practical solution I could come up with .
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