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Replacement wiring for the left handlebar switch (PRINTED CIRCUIT INSTRUMENT PANEL)

Part number: 14738055

Price: $23.75 In stock

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Replacement wiring for the left handlebar switch (PRINTED CIRCUIT INSTRUMENT PANEL).
14738055: Replacement wiring for the left handlebar switch (PRINTED CIRCUIT INSTRUMENT PANEL).
14738055: Replacement wiring for the left handlebar switch (PRINTED CIRCUIT INSTRUMENT PANEL).

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Replacement wiring for the left handlebar switch (PRINTED CIRCUIT INSTRUMENT PANEL)

Ready for your switch.

Wires are 800 mm in length. Upon request, the wires may be left separate from the 12 terminal plug - so that the wires may be more easily routed inside to the handlebar.

  • IMPORTANT NOTE: As with all switches actuating higher amperage components, I consider a relay for the horns a good idea and relays for the headlight low and high beam circuits a necessity.

Plug information:

  • Position 1: red/black (power in for headlights)
  • Position 2: blue/black (two wires joined and routed back to switch)
  • Position 3: black (ground in for horn)
  • Position 4: red (power in for parking lights )
  • Position 5: green (power out to headlight low beam)
  • Position 6: brown (power out to headlight high beam)
  • Position 7: yellow (power out to parking lights)
  • Position 8: green/black (power out to left turn signals)
  • Position 9: pink (power out to right turn signals)
  • Position 10: gray (ground for headlight high beam flash relay)
  • Position 11: white/black (ground to horn)
  • Position 12: orange (power in for turn signals)

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Instead of routing a pair of wires to each bulb, the printed circuit instrument panel uses this printed circuit board to distribute power to the dash indicator bulbs (MG# 14765355). Printed circuit board not included.
Instead of routing a pair of wires to each bulb, the printed circuit instrument panel uses this printed circuit board to distribute power to the dash indicator bulbs (MG# 14765355). Printed circuit board not included.

Photo courtesy of Stein-Dinse.

Instead of routing a pair of wires to each bulb, the printed circuit instrument panel uses this printed circuit board to distribute power to the dash indicator bulbs (MG# 14765355). Printed circuit board not included.

Photo courtesy of Stein-Dinse.

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