Wiring diagram for RR-04

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  1. BLAGGERS

    BLAGGERS Well-Known Member

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    Wish I could see that feckin drawing.....
     
  2. phantom

    phantom Active Member

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    also check the starter switch as it cuts the power when you start the bike
    and if its shorting that will also kill your headlights
     
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    Thanks, I'll check that tomorrow.
     
  5. martinowen

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    Yea thats the one it's on the right. I ment when I changed the nose come over for my new one, I'm not that bad lol
     
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  7. IcarusGreen

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    I've now found the fault. It was a loose connection in the cut off switch. The headlights get a constant feed through the starter switch which keeps the headlights on at all times, the loose wire stopped this constant feed.

    The reason the headlights then worked using the pass switch is because it gets its fed from elsewhere.

    tempory bodge underway and a new switch being ordered tonight.
     
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    Just seen £60 for a new switch! How fookin expensive. Good be a flee bay buy for nearer £30!
     
  9. martinowen

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    Glad it's fixed mate
     
  10. IcarusGreen

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    I've managed to fix the switch and so for the forceable future I will not need to fork out silly money for a switch.

    The problem with stripping the bike right back is that you see all the dirt and grime that gets under the fairing, therefore stage one of cleaning already carried out and tomorrow will be stage two and some anal touch up points that only i'll probably ever notice.
     
  11. martinowen

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    I know what you mean, I had a spider nest behind my nose cone
     
  12. phantom

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    good job, at least thats you back on the roads at night again lol
     
  13. BLAGGERS

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    a thousand apologies............. only just got my fookin computer working again. i recently had a roof leak and it pissed all over the thing, stripped it ,dried it and tried it. t'was ok but it decided to melt a pcb.....bastid.
    well at least its sorted now, like your lights.
     

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