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I need an ignition switch wiring diagram

I need to know what the terminal is for what color wire example: battery, ignition, run, acc, lights and what color the wire is that connects to that particular terminal. you would not believe the crazy responses I have gotten on different forums etc.. I have looked wherever I thought it might be found with no luck, the factory schematic doesn't tell you what terminal the wire is connected to, nether is it shown in the factory shop/repair manual. I bought the scooter from police auction it had no ignition switch so I had to trace wires. I know what wires are the ignition wires I need to know what terminal and with that, I can even use a generic switch. sorry for the long winded explanation but as I said I'm tired of answers from idiots and suggestions like try the manufacturer . would I have not done that first? thank you in advance for any help in this matter

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Hi, Nameisonlytwoltrs what a strange name, by the way, nice novella. The solution to this is simple, most ignition switches for motorcycles/scooters have identifying letters stamped near their connection terminals, B/BAT/+ for power input, I/IGN for the ignition circuit, L/LT for the light circuit, A/ACC for the accessories circuit. Now if your switch has no markings you going to need a 12-volt battery, a test light, and a jumper wire with alligator clips. If your switch has 4 terminals there will be 16 different possible combinations for the process of elimination. Connect your jumper wire to the battery positive terminal and connect/hold the other end to any terminal on the switch. With your test light connected to the battery negative terminal start probing the remaining terminals with the ignition key switched to the on position and observe when the test light illuminates completing the circuit. Move the jumper wire to a different terminal and repeat the process. Keep doing this until you find the right combination that makes everything work.
Good luck and have a wonderful day.

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http://img.jpcycles.com/zoom/382-054_A.jpg

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http://shovelhead.us/specs/wire/1976_FL_FLH.gif

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http://demonscy.ipower.com/i_pics/ignition_17-124_1.jpg

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http://img231.imageshack.us/img231/931/dashswitchwiringdiagram.png

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