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Wiring diagram suzuki MT 50

I need to know how conect the battery

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  • Marcelo Meyer
    Marcelo Meyer Mar 29, 2014

    I have a suzuki MT50 and need to know how to connect the battery connector .. comes with 5 lines: 2 Red, 2 Yellow and Black. The battery only has 2 lines one red and one black??

  • Jim Caster
    Jim Caster Nov 22, 2021

    The two red wires go together and connect to the battery post the two yellow wires connect together and then the black wire with a white stripe connect to the negative on the battery

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Normally you connect red wire to + and black to - ! black is the earth wire to engine case and red comes from the starter solinoide ! and are 3 to 4mm thick wire ! your wires sound like they go to rectifire regulater ! ???

Posted on Mar 29, 2014

Testimonial: "And the other 2 yelow wires ???"

  • paul
    paul Mar 29, 2014

    yellow wires are normally charge wires ! track them and see if they do come from the stator ! track all the wires you have and tell me where they come from !

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