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I have a break between the ignition switch and the 2 wire connecter on the ignition relay. The wire in the front of the bike is yellow with a green runner and the wire on the connector is yellow with a black runner. Does anyone know where the transition is made? can I just run my own wire from the switch to the connector? btw I already checked the clutch switch and its fine beyond that point.

 

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  Danny

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just found the transition, its some type of relay? it has 7 prongs and says "Denso FE249JR", Whats is it? We checked the continuity from the switch to the relay and from the relay to the 2 connector next to the solenoid and the wires are fine. So can I just connect the wires, there must be a reason it goes into a relay?

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just found the transition, its some type of relay? it has 7 prongs and says "Denso FE249JR", Whats is it? We checked the continuity from the switch to the relay and from the relay to the 2 connector next to the solenoid and the wires are fine. So can I just connect the wires, there must be a reason it goes into a relay?

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 You mean this one?

 

 

 That is a combo relay..

It is the turn signal blinker relay and a switched power relay 

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What do you think, can I just connect the wires and put an inline fuse in? bypassing the relay.

No,, doing so would make that circuit HOT all the time vs just with the key on. 

 

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 What year and model are we talking about?

 

What wire color . starting point, ending point are we talking about. 

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No need to fuse.  Just connect the wires together.  It just bypasses the side-stand interlock.

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No,, doing so would make that circuit HOT all the time vs just with the key on. 

 

 specifically

 What year and model are we talking about?

 

What wire color . starting point, ending point are we talking about. 

 

Its a 2001 DRZ 400s, from ignition switch to the relay it is yellow with a green runner, from the relay to the 2 pin connector (excite wire?) is yellow with a black runner.

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DOKONALY - No. From the ignition switch to the start button is orange, then yellow/green to the clutch switch, then yellow/green to the  interlock relay, then yellow/black to the stater relay.

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DOKONALY - No. From the ignition switch to the start button is orange, then yellow/green to the clutch switch, then yellow/green to the  interlock relay, then yellow/black to the stater relay.

Your right, since I removed the clutch switch It slipped my mind,

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