Illus 103

Description of Cables

A. THREE WIRE CABLE (fourth wire attached)-—Green wire; red wire; two black wires.

B. THREE WIRE CABLE—Green wire; red wire; black wire.

C. TWO WIRE CABLE—Green wire; red wire.

D. LOOM (four wires)—Black wire with red tracer; red wire with yellow tracer; red wire with black tracer; black wire.

Connections

1. SWITCH TERMINAL—Cable "A" red wire from junction terminal (15); cable "B" red wire from relay (13) (terminal marked "BAT").

2. SWITCH TERMINAL—Cable "C" red wire from junction terminal (17); cable "B" green wire from generator "switch" terminal (22); black wire from speedometer light switch.

3. SWITCH TERMINAL—Terminal for use of parking lamps, etc.. independent of headlamp—if desired to use with headlamp, connect to terminal (2).

4. SWITCH TERMINAL—Cable "A" black wire from junction terminal (16).

5. SWITCH TERMINAL—Black wire from junction terminal (8).

6. GENERATOR SIGNAL LIGHT TERMINAL—' Cable "B" black wire from relay (13).

7. OIL PRESSURE SIGNAL LIGHT TERMINAL—Black wire from oil pressure signal switch (11).

8. JUNCTION TERMINAL—Black wire (underneath switch panel) from generator signal light contact; black wire from switch terminal (5); cable "A" green wire from coil (25) (front terminal); cable "C" green wire from horn (20).

9. BATTERY POSITIVE TERMINAL (left side)—Red wire from junction terminal (15).

10. BATTERY NEGATIVE TERMINAL (right side)—Black wire from ground terminal on frame.

11. OIL PRESSURE SIGNAL SWITCH—Black wire from junction terminal (7).

12. STOP LAMP SWITCH—Red wire from tail and stop lamp (14); green wire from coil front terminal.

13. RELAY—Cable "B" red wire from switch terminal (1) to relay terminal marked "BAT"; cable "B" black wire from junction terminal (S); red wire from generator "relay" terminal (23).

14. TAIL AND STOP LAMP—Red wire from stop lamp switch (12); black wire from junction terminal (16).

15. JUNCTION TERMINAL (in right side of motorcycle frame under saddle)—Cable "A" red wire from switch terminal (1); red wire from battery positive terminal (9).

16. JUNCTION TERMINAL (in left side of motorcycle frame under saddle)—Cable "A" black wire from switch terminal (4); black wire from tail and stop lamp (14).

17. JUNCTION TERMINAL (on horn mounting)—Cable "C" red wire from switch terminal (2); red wire with black tracer from handlebar toggle switch (18).

18. HANDLEBAR TOGGLE SWITCH—Black wire with red tracer from headlamp larger terminal screw; red wire with yellow tracer from headlamp smaller terminal screw; red wire with black tracer from junction terminal (17).

19. HORN SWITCH—Black wire from horn (20).

20. HORN—Cable "C" green wire from junction terminal (8); black wire from horn switch (19).

21. HEADLAMP—Black wire with red tracer from handlebar toggle switch (18) to larger terminal screw; red wire with yellow tracer from handlebar toggle switch (18) to smaller terminal screw. Note: Headlamp is shown in upside down position.

22. GENERATOR ("SWITCH") TERMINAL—Cable "B" green wire from switch terminal (2).

23. GENERATOR ("RELAY") TERMINAL—Red wire from relay terminal.

24. IGNITION-LIGHT SWITCH (top view)—Switch is "OFF" when switch lock cover hinge is directly forward. Turn left for parking with lights (see explanation under "SWITCH TERMINAL" (3), concerning attaching front parking lamps). Turn to first right position for ignition only—second right position for ignition and running lights. Bear in mind that lighting headlamp when engine is dead also turns ignition "ON."

Switch is provided with lock and key to permit locking, if desired, when motorcycle is not in use. It can be locked in "OFF" and "PARK" position only. When switch is unlocked and motorcycle is in use, key should be removed from lock.

25. IGNITION COIL—Cable "A" green wire from junction terminal (8) to coil front terminal; green wire from stop lamp switch (12) to coil front terminal. Black wire (low tension) wire from circuit breaker (26) to coil rear terminal.

26. IGNITION CIRCUIT BREAKER—Black wire (low tension wire) from coil rear terminal.

Wiring Diagram: Generator-battery; Ignition; Horn; Generator and Oiling System Signal Lights and Stop Lamp—1947 Models

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