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Description of Cables

B. LOOM COVERED METALLIC SHIELDED CABLE (two wires) —No standard color.

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

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

E. THREE WIRE CABLE (clamped on outside of right handlebar) —Green wire; red wire; black wire. Red wire not used—ends of wire cut off.

Connections

6. JUNCTION TERMINAL—Wire from speedometer hand lock (34).

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

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

13. CURRENT AND VOLTAGE REGULATOR—Cable "B" wire from generator "switch" terminal (22) to regulator terminal marked "F"; cable "B" wire from generator "relay"' terminal (23) to regulator terminal marked "GEN"; red wire from junction terminal (15) to regulator terminal marked "BAT"; cable "B" metallic shielding connected to regulator base and generator cover.

15. JUNCTION TERMINAL (in right side of motorcycle frame under saddle)—Red wire from battery positive terminal (9); red wire from regulator terminal marked "BAT"; wire from radio receiver.

17. JUNCTION TERMINAL (front terminal—left side, in headlamp bracket)—Cable "C" green wire; loom "D" red wire with black tracer.

22. GENERATOR ("SWITCH") TERMINAL—Cable "B" wire from regulator terminal marked "F."

23. GENERATOR (['RELAY") TERMINAL—Cable "B" wire from regulator terminal marked "GEN"; green wire from generator signal light (28); wire from condenser (27).

25. IGNITION COIL—Black wire (low tension wire) from circuit breaker (25) to coil rear upper terminal; low tension wire metallic shielding to coil rear lower (ground) terminal; condenser (43)

mounting bracket connected to coil front lower (ground) terminal— condenser terminal connected to coil front upper terminal by metal strip; mica condenser (42) connected between coil front lower (ground) terminal and coil front upper terminal.

26. IGNITION CIRCUIT BREAKER—Black wire (low tension wire) from coil rear upper terminal; low tension wire metallic shielding: O.H.V. Models—connected under crankcase stud nut (upper center nut); Side Valve Models—Connected under oil feed pump mounting nut (upper right nut).

27. CONDENSER—Attached to generator frame. Condenser terminal connected to generator "relay" terminal (23) by short wire.

28. GENERATOR SIGNAL LIGHT (marked "GEN")—Green wire from generator "relay" terminal (23).

30. JUNCTION TERMINAL (front terminal—right side, in headlamp bracket)—Cable "C" red wire; cable "E" green wire from handlebar toggle switch (38).

31. JUNCTION TERMINAL (side terminal—left side, in headlamp bracket)—Cable "E" black wire from handlebar toggle switch (38); black wires from pursuit lamps (35) and (37).

32. JUNCTION TERMINAL (side terminal—right side, in headlamp bracket)—Wire from speedometer hand lock (34); wire from speedometer hand lock switch (33).

33. SPEEDOMETER HAND LOCK SWITCH—Black wire from junction terminal (32).

34. SPEEDOMETER HAND LOCK—Wire from junction terminal (6); wire from junction terminal (32).

35. PURSUIT LAMP—Black wire from junction terminal (31).

37. PURSUIT LAMP—Black wire from junction terminal (31).

38. HANDLEBAR TOGGLE SWITCH—Cable "E" green wire from junction terminal (30); cable "E" black wire from junction terminal (31).

42. MICA CONDENSER—Connected between coil front lower (ground) terminal and coil front upper terminal.

43. CONDENSER—Condenser mounting bracket connected to coil front lower (ground) terminal, and condenser terminal connected to coil front upper terminal by a metal strip.

Wiring Diagram: Lighting System Accessory Lamps (does not apply to Police Pursuit Lamps)—1947 Models.

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