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I have a 92 suzuki vs800 with the wiring horness hanging off the front forks outside of the frame and im not sure to how it goes back into the frame?

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  • imwillyhung Jun 15, 2009

    im sorry but i need to know how the horness is routed does it go under or over the frame and to the left or right of the fork.

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Remove your front,and place the horn inside of the space which has a ventilate and use the clamp to hold it,and screw it.

the horns are routed over the frames and the right/left of the fork.

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You need to be careful due to the age of the bike as the wires may have become harder but brittle and any squeezing would mean any wire inside might snap..Also because it is coming at the front side of the bike it could be anything like a signal control,a horn wiring or even a thermostat switch wire..causing any loose connection might be very costly if you don't have the expertise..I have 15 years with re-conditioning old bikes that's why I think I can advise you.Now if you really want to hide the wires you will need to look for all the screws and bolts that covers the front and once out,all the wires are seen then you can hide them nicely back with a strap or a tape to prevent it coming back out when you are putting back the covers.Hope this helps.

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