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September 26th, 2017, 05:22 AM   #1
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Hi/lo /start button

My bike no longer has starter or any electrics until itís kicked.

I never use the lo feature so just trying to tidy up my bars.

How do I remove the whole lot and leave it in high?

Iím not electrically minded!
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Blue n yellow
Orange
Light blue
Black

All going into the button.

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September 26th, 2017, 11:06 AM   #2
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year and model please ?
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September 26th, 2017, 11:17 AM   #3
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Itís a 2002 fs650e Iíve unplugged it and itís stared and ran fine. Usually wonít start in low so wonder if thatís all I need?


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If its for your FS650 than it does not make sense as brown is ground to headlight green is low beam and blue is high beam at headlight. I am guessing orange is kill and blu/yel is start. Black? sure its not brown? Is the switch original or something someone added? Best way is to disconnect at connector and bridge a wire from power behind headlight area to blue and green and you will have both low and high beam on for the most complete light. This might overheat the bulb and make its life shorter.
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Hang on as I didn't know it was a 02 and looking at KTM diagram
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Sorry Iíve not made it clear.

I mean hi lo mapping switch on the starter button.


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yellow at headlight needs to be hooked to red/wht wire behind headlight switch

Orange is kill, when put to ground it shuts spark down

Just unplug the switch and hook yellow from headlight to red and wht wire from anywhere. I take it the battery is gone as well?
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lol, ok the mapping switch
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sorry but I think you will have to leave it on the bike. It is internaly switched and not just as simple as bridging two wire together. I would guess it to be a type of potentiometer of some sort.
Cant help you with this one as schematics don't give that much detail and would need engineering info.
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Thanks anyway. Iíll leave it unplugged and take it fir a ride see how it feels. If it feels retarded Iíll wire it back up and just hide it.


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