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2004 DRZ400E. Should it have a kill switch as standard?

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2004 DRZ400E.

Should this bike have a kill switch fitted as standard?

I can't find any wires/connector behind the headlight.....?

Timpo

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2004 DRZ400E.

Should this bike have a kill switch fitted as standard?

I can't find any wires/connector behind the headlight.....?

Timpo

Yes, it should have a kill switch....how it the bike turned off now?

Pics of the bar set-up?

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I don't know about the UK model specifics but in the US the black starter switch is on the right side and the red kill switch is on the left side of the handlebar :)

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The story....

2004 bike bought and used for 705 miles, then garaged and unused.

I have bought the bike and am fitting a dual sport kit (minus direction indicators).

The bike has a key ingnition switch that cuts all the power to the bike when switched off, and this has been used for cutting the engine. But it is not a kill switch, and I am not happy without one.

I have a Suzuki wiring diagram and it shows a kill switch, yet behind my headlight is no trace of the wire or connector for it.

Out of the ecu is a grey/yellow wire that is shown on the wiring diagram for the kill switch, but at the headstock end of the loom is no trace of the wire?

I have bought all the seperate parts for the legaliser kit to UK standards.

Timpo.

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kill switch plugs in under the tank on a E.

Now Edd, you could be my saviour...........:)

As I said, there is a grey/yellow wire out of the ecu, so i need to look under the tank for the connector that this wire goes to, along with a black/white earth wire.

Timpo.

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