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Renzakuken
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PostPosted: 15:34 - 11 Jan 2017    Post subject: Gear Indicator / Wiring Diagram Assist Request Reply with quote

Hi all

I bought a Gear Indicator that requires a line from my Neutral wire, along with the usual pos/neg.
This is one of those deals where I've fitted sensors to my gear shifter, so between up/down shifts the device will detect a change in gear.

Does anyone know exactly which wire, going into my dash, I'll need (e.g. colour)

Or, does anyone have a link to a wiring diagram that is for my bike:

2003 Suzuki Gsx 600 F Sports 599CC
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PostPosted: 15:55 - 11 Jan 2017    Post subject: Reply with quote

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PostPosted: 19:59 - 11 Jan 2017    Post subject: Reply with quote

I had one of these on some bike I had the dim and distant past. It didn't work. Cut a long story short. The earth through the neutral switch that sets it to '0' needs to be a GOOD earth. The neutral switch can sit at many Ohms above true earth due to clag in the contacts,
I got round this by activating a relay from the neutral switch supply, the secondary contacts going from the gear indicator unit to a really good chassis earth. Worked quite well after that.
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