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SniperX

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Someone showed me a drawing but I can't find it where the drawing said it is. Can someone show me on a bike or tell me where it is? It's a 1985 K100RT...thanks!!!


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It's on the left side of the bike, under the tank, on the harness about midway along. It's a three position plug which will match this plug:



It will have three wires - Blue/White, Brown and Yellow/Violet.


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SniperX

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Found it, why doesn't it work when I turn on the hazard switch? Does the key have to be in a certain position wise? Then contacts on the plug on the harness are dirty so I'll clean them. Is there a separate fuse for it that may be missing?


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Manually ground the Yellow/Violet pin in the connector. If the 4-ways flash, then the problem is your switch or the cable attached to the switch. If the 4-ways don't flash, the problem is your flasher module.

The 4-ways are right off the flasher module so if your turn signal indicators function normally, then the fuses are OK.


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RicK G

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The key needs to be on for the flasher to start and then you can turn the key off and it will continue to flash.
Made like that so fools that cant help but play with a strangers bike cant turn it on and flatten the battery while you are not there.


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RicK G wrote:The key needs to be on for the flasher to start and then you can turn the key off and it will continue to flash.
Made like that so fools that cant help but play with a strangers bike cant turn it on and flatten the battery while you are not there.

Great idea really, and I did figured that out last night but thanks for the reply!!!


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