Question about Triumph Speedmaster Motorcycles
I can only get it to work for one direction I gave found if I switch the wires around it will work for the other side only if I wire the two wires from the existing single warning light and one from the led together all four indicators come on I think I need some sort of selonoid so that when power comes from either indicator the solenoid switches to make a live circuit?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: headlight wont light
Hi and welcome to FixYa,
Depending on the version, normally there would be two (2) relays for most Kawasakis that control the headlight(s). Often the hi-lo relays (with white connectors) would be behind the gauges. Again depending on the model, some would not have a headlight on/park/off but only hi-lo as the headlights automatically switch on when the engine is running.
Just a start, do postback how things turned up or should you need additional information. Good luck and Thank you for using FixYa.
Posted on Nov 29, 2008
Hi Richard, Just a thought, I had a similar problem fitting Led bulbs to my Volvo and sorted it by putting the correct resistors in line.
Beware these get very warm so need safe/cool area for mounting.
Posted on Jan 04, 2009
If its not engaging into 4 WD the vaccum actulator is more than likely stuck. The actulator is located on the front of the axle next to the the front gear hub it will have a plastic cover over it. Unbolt the two 10mm bolts that hold the cover on and spray down with WD-40, also pull back the rubber cover thats on the actulator staff and spray it. You might have to hit the staff a few times to get it to move just make sure its in 4WD. I had the same problem, that part is exposed to alot of water, snow, salt and so on. Or you could just replace it but its cheaper to spray it down with WD-40
Posted on Apr 18, 2009
SOURCE: Wiring Door jamb switch
I'm going to guide you on how to create what is known as a "switch leg".
1- run a 12-2 w/ground wire to the light fixture from new switch.
2- connect black wire "hot wire" to the shiny bronze tinted terminal on switch.
3- connect the white wire " neutral " to the silver connection on switch.
4- connect the naked copper wire " ground " to the ground terminal on switch
5- Disconnect the two white wires in the junction box from each other.
6- Connect the ground to ground in j-box
7- Connect the black to one of the whites in j-box
8- connect the white to the other white in j-box
9- wire nut and tape all connections
Oh and be sure that you turn off the breaker before you start. Hope this helps. Good luck.
Posted on Jun 15, 2009
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