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I am having problems joini g my electrics again for my starter switch light switch horn and indicators, they are all same colour and must join in same circuit together but when I do it everything is muddled up and my light switch makes horn beep and indicate left starts engine?? I need help it's a Keeway tnx 125cc

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    Kevin Traill Feb 11, 2019

    Keeway TXM 125cc supermoto my bike is not tnx..?!

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    Kevin Traill Feb 16, 2019

    I'll give at a bash mate cheers

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Since all electrical works the same regardless of the vehicle, I would suspect that you've got a couple of grounds making contact where they shouldn't (power flow through).

I would recommend getting a volt meter that can check for OHMS and trace each line to determine it's function and polarity since on vehicles most things work when you give them 'ground'. From there, label each one somehow (tape, dots with a permanent marker ect) so you can keep the grounding wires separate from the positive or 'charged' ones. I hope this helps and good luck!

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