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fredneckscoots
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p200 electronicals

Postby fredneckscoots » Fri May 17, 2013 11:12 am

I'm gonna keep messing with this and figure it out, but just figured I'd post here also incase anyone has thoughts. I feel like I'm just a wire or 2 from being done with it.

Ran a new wiring harness. Had no horn, then shifted some wires and now I have horn when I turn the key and it just keeps on blowing. Must be a wrong wire somewhere? Ground problem? At least the horn works.

left side turn signals are good with the headset indicator. On the right side I get one headset indicator flash then nothing and only the front right signal works. Got it to work once or twice with all 4 signals by swaping out another side cowel. I think it may be a wire problem in the cowel?

To make things interesting I've added an electronic speedo which I also have yet to get to turn on.
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Zeets
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Re: p200 electronicals

Postby Zeets » Fri May 17, 2013 12:08 pm

Sounds like its wired wrong.
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fredneckscoots
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Re: p200 electronicals

Postby fredneckscoots » Fri May 17, 2013 1:50 pm

Zeets wrote:Sounds like its wired wrong.


That's what your parents used to say about you as a kid. :(
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Re: p200 electronicals

Postby Mikeh » Fri May 17, 2013 2:48 pm

I'll be home on sunday if you wanna stop by with it. I am sure I could sort you out.

The cowl wiring is simple enough. Just trace the wire and make sure your connector is making contact to the turn signal.

I beleive that the horn should have power going it it, but the switch just grounds the horn so that is will sound. Or it could be the other way round.


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