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RUN START BUTTON HOT WIRE ? - 2007 Suzuki GSX-R 1000

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Its either brown or orange or just check from neg terminal to the wires and the one that is hot will have battery voltage going to it

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The Run or Hot wire has the run capacitor and the neutral wire does not.

So if you are tracing wires out in a circuit, if there's a run capacitor, it's the Run wire or Run circuit.
The Start wire always goes to the opposite side of the run capacitor than the Run wire and it is the only wire on that side of the capacitor.
The Run wire goes to the run capacitor, then goes to contactor, compressor, start capacitor or fan, so there's usually two wires on the Run side of the capacitor.

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It should be easy to hot-wire the switch. There is a hot power-in wire, a run wire at the "on" position, and a start wire at the start position. That is all you need. First locate the power wire, twist it with the run wire. Now the ignition should be on, the dash warning lights and gauges on. Now if you take the start wire and touch it to those two twisted together, the engine should crank over and start.

This is a quick way to get it started, but you have to cut the wires. If you pull off the ignition switch connector, you might be able to use short jumper wires from the hot wire to the run position, and one to the start wire. Then if you get a new key and lock cylinder later, all you have to do is to plug back in the switch connector.

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In the kill switch i have taken apart to replace the off and on button/where does the red and orange wire is to be connected?


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You take the hot wire to the ignition switch and twist it together with the run wire out of the switch-then ignition is on, just as if the key were turned to on. Then take the start wire that goes out of the switch and touch it to the hot wire to make the starter work. Soon as engine is started, remove the start wire from hot wire and tuck it out of the way. When you want it off, untwist the hot wire and the run wire.
If you cannot hot wire it like this, check if there is a security system that has immobilized the car. I don't know if a '92 had a security system.

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Trying to install a push button ignition need to know which two wires to run to the button, without having to spend hours tracing and guessing. A diagram showing the wires would be great.


Your switch has 4 terminals.

1. Red is the hot wire from the battery.
2. Dark Blue is the run wire. This wire powers PCM, and engine and well as all accessories when the key is on.
3. Yellow is the start wire. It powers the engine, ECU and starter circuit when the key is turned to start.
4. Last terminal is accessories. I don't know the color, but it will power the radio, blower, windows, mirrors, etc. when key is turned to ACC. Some diagrams of the switch are below. Please let me know if you have any questions.


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I need a wire diagram for a 1981 harley davidson superglide for the starter wireing


The wiring is simple for a starter. You have a starter solenoid on the bike and a starter relay. When you press the button to start your bike, the button has a wire that runs to the relay. This triggers the coil in the relay and pulls the contacts in. You have three wires that run to the relay for the starter. One hot wire, a trigger wire from the starter button and a wire from the relay to the solenoid. When you press the button, the relay pulls in and makes the wire going to the solenoid "Hot".

The solenoid has three wires going to it. The large battery cable goes to the "long post" of the solenoid, There's another battery cable going to the starter from the bottom of the solenoid, The wire from the starter relay goes to the small terminal of the solenoid. The small wire from the starter relay is the trigger wire for the starter solenoid. When this wire goes hot, it magnetizes the solenoid and pulls the plunger inward. The plunger bridges two large contacts in the solenoid to put high current voltage to the starter.

If you need a schematic, contact me directly at wd4ity@bellsouth.net. I cannot send a file via this medium but I can direct e-mail. Remind me of what you need when you contact me.

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How do u wire a three phase squirrel cage motor with a motor starter with a remote start/stop/inch station and warning indicator light ?


You would first run a conductor fromL1 to L1 on the motor start then run a second conductor from L2 to L2 on the moter starter, then run a third conductor from L3 to L3 on the moter starter. next run L1 and L2 to a step down transformer so you can reduce your working voltage to 120vac, then run a conductor on one of the outputs from the step down transformer to one side of the normally closed contacts on the STOP push button, from the other side of the stop button run a wire to one side of the start button, on the other side of the start push button run a wire to one side of the magnetic motor starter coil, the other side of the coil run a wire to the other empty terminal on the transformer, this will be the neutral wire. next you need to run a wire from the normally open contactor on the magnetic moter starter to one side of your push button start switch, then run one wire from the other side of the start push button switch to the other side of the normally open contacts on the magnetic moter starter, this is your start switch latch that will keep the motor running when the start push button is released.I'm not sure how you need the warning indicator light wired up, so please reply and let me know when it needs to come on and go off

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