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FZ6R wiring diagram

Intended to replace the headlight bulb had to replace fairings to get to it. I took off headlight connector and put it back. Now no voltage to connector now. Fuse ok.

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SOURCE: integrated tail problem

firstly ground them two wires and see what happens

you have got something screwed up if you gotta take fuses out to get stuff to work.

i find it easy if i draw what i have on paper first. you should have 3 wires for tail and 2 each for turns. those maybe 3 blacks, 1 green, 1 brown, 1 blue, 1 yellow.

you can get a free download service manual here it will have the correct wiring diagrams for your bike. it shoudl help

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SOURCE: wire connector between stator & voltage reg/rectifier burnt

your voltage/reg. can be tested in a couple different ways check ground res. check res. then revs. bias on diodes you have ac in dc out it sounds like you may have a diode gone bad allowing ac curent to flow causing the wires to get hot

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SOURCE: Just replaced the front fairing

Check for a good earth contact from the lamp, centre pin on the diagramme.

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SOURCE: 1992 xj600- i replaced a faulty sparkplug cap and

The faulty regulator can cause this problem.Get the voltage at regulator checked.If its weak or shorting it can cause such problems. -------------- Also try this thing.Remove the main fuse for 5 minutes then reinsert it.The main fuse located near the battery compartment.Remove this main fuse, wait 5 minutes then re-0insert it then check.Many a times this reset the problem.But if that is not helping then get the regulator( alternator) checked.Also check the battery connections and ground.Anywhere its shorting or getting loose.--------This will help.Thanks.Helpmech.

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SOURCE: I took apart my headlight

i have a kawasaki 750 classic and on mine i had to change the headlight from RHD to LHD dip and i lost the connections as my friend was helping and as he took it out he dropped the headlight and all the little push in plugs come away but it wasnt difficult to sort out as i used my multi meter and turned the side light on first and found the feed then the indicators and so on till had one wire left and i couldnt find where it went so i shone torch on it and decided it had never been connected as it was all sort of dirty .Iam red/green colour blind so this is the only way i can do certain jobs like this .

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