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I had some issues sorting this out and finding info so I thought I'd share the solution. Here's how to wire up the Motogadget mLock (RFID keyless ignition) to the K100. I assume the K75 is similar if not the same.


The stock K100 wiring diagram for the ignition switch is shown top left.

To retain the stock connector you'll chop the pigtail off the ignition side (below) and solder / crimp in the wires from the mLock as shown above.



Hope this helps. It's a cool unit.


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boostd4

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Wow super easy! I moved my ignition switch for my streetfighter project and have it zip tied under the seat and I hate it. Definitely will try this. Thanks!

    

mister_anger

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great, thanks for the info.
I assume this has been tested and it works?

thx,M

    

boostd4

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Was looking at this again as I plan to do mLock soon, and noticed the image is cut off.

Can someone re-host/re-upload it?

    

Laitch

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@boostd4 wrote:Was looking at this again as I plan to do mLock soon, and noticed the image is cut off.
What is cut off?

It seems to me that the larger upper image shows where to connect wires from the stock ignition switch connector to the motogadget relay and the smaller upper image shows the wires' original connections; the lower image depicts detaching the stock connector from the ignition switch using a dashed line instead of a wire cutter or a cleaver. Smile


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Clear your browser cace and try reloading the page.


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