Question about 1999 Suzuki VZ 800 Marauder
I have three early Goldwings, none of which have the original switches. The easiest way to figure out what is going on is to open the switch and make a note of which colored wire goes to which switch. Make your own diagram. Use an OHM meter to test each switch for continuity and to determine things like which wire is ground, high beam, and low beam. Which two wires operate the horn starter button , kill switch, etc. If you make your own chart it will be much easier than relying on a wiring diagram that may be from a wrong year. for example if you wire it and assemble it without making your own diagram, you could waste hours trying to figure out why it wont start when the problem is a grounded kill switch. Sounds like a fun project, I think a wiring diagram for the switch potentially could be more confusing than helpful.
Posted on Aug 26, 2010
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