I don't doubt that I'll receive quite a few "use the search feature" replies to this thread, but every single post I've found that is relevant either turns out to be about a bike with electric start (mine has no battery and runs only on the stator) or someone posts a link and says "all your questions are answered here" and it's a dead link. I've gone as far as I can go with my knowledge of electronics (limited as it may be) and the available information i've found on this forum. I have a 2000WR400F that has been converted for street use with blinkers/horn/etc. The left side has a typical switch with the blinker and horn on bottom and a three position switch on the top (off/parking lights/headlight) and a trigger type kill switch on the back (pictured below). When the light switch is set to the rear position (with the dot) the bike will not start. My plan for wiring in a keyed ignition switch was to tie into whatever electrical wire is attached to the P and H spots on the switch. I discovered a red wire shared by both P and H, so spliced my switch into that wire further down the wiring loom. For some reason this put my blinkers only on the ignition. The bike still starts and stops regardless of key position. I tried several other wires, but the closest I got was a blue/white and black/white wire that goes from the loom down the frame. When I disconnected those wires, the bike would start, but the kill switch and putting the light switch to the dot would not kill the bike. I had to reconnect the wires to kill the bike, so basically the opposite of what I'm trying to do. I have everything reverted back to how it was wired before I started working on it, and I'm out of ideas. The switch in question is http://www.motorcycle-superstore.com/45666/i/k-s-technologies-dot-approved-turn-signal-switches Any help would be greatly appreciated.