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Can I change the stock ignition switch (4 wire) to a three terminal aftermarket switch? and how to wire it? 04 Yamaha ttr 125

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WHAT YOU ARE GOING TO HAVE TO DO FIRST IS CHASE DOWN THE WIRES ON THE ORIGNAL SWITCH.FIND OUT WHAT THE FOURTH WIRE IS FOR ON THE ORIGINAL ONE.AND SEE IF IT CAN BE DONE AWAY WITH ARE BYPASSED.MY GUESS IS THAT IT IS AN SAFETY WIRE.
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