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I have a 1995 kawasaki vulcan 500, i am looking to find a wiring diagram, because i put the key in and no start/lights/or fire, i need to check all the lines to make sure everything is ok?

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Not sure if it helps but I have had lots of problems with my switch gear. If I fiddle with it and keep trying to turn it on eventually 'I find the ignition lights up !Z!

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