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Problem with raptor 660

I have a problem with my raptor 660 i don't know what wire going where from the wires in the plug to relay starter .what color going where please help sorry about my English

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There is a manual available for you freebies:

http://www.carlsalter.com/motorcycle-manuals.asp .

And will help with any further work you do on the bike.

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