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Rewireing 93 harley davidson FXLR to 96 Handle bar

Rewireing 93 stock harley davidson FXLR to 96 Handle bar controls, wireing color coding. The color coding on the OEM 93 FXLR, to rewire 96 + swiches to.

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On the handlebar switches, Harley hasn't changed the color code scheme very much over the years but you really need a good schematic to know exactly how they are wired up. If you can find either a Harley service manual for a 96 model or a Clymer's manual, it would be helpful. I have a schmatic for a 94 FXDWG that should be alright for your 93 FXR but you need a schmatic for a 96 model bike.

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