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Offline Eddie

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Euro handlebar switch wiring.
« on: January 31, 2013, 04:01:47 pm »
Doing some more cleaning I stumbled across a euro handlebar switch box that I bought ages ago. To those unaware in Europe and I believe Australia there is no law pertaining to having your lights on during daylight hours, so these bikes all have an off switch for headlights.

Anyway, the connection cables is not plug and play (for the 93 and older models, I believe they are for the newer models).

Someone posted a while back which two wires to pull and relocate in the connector. Since I rather not sit here with a multi meter in the cold to figure it out I thought I would take the lazy route and ask.

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Re: Euro handlebar switch wiring.
« Reply #1 on: February 01, 2013, 01:49:24 pm »
European later model C10s had no headlamp switch and the C14 never had one.
Additionally, the Euro C10 & C14 switchgear has a Pass (flash) button on the top of the left switchgear but we don't have a 4-way-flasher (Hazard) button on the early C10.
As for which wires ya need to pull,... not a clue, sorry.

There is still no law about daytime running lights here but it's coming.
Personally, I have always run with lights on, day or night, ever since my teens.
Just makes too much sense to me.
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