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XV750H/J/K Starter Button

PostAuthor: All2kool » Sun Oct 06, 2013 7:35 pm

Item #5 fits the XV750H/J/K but you do have to splice in the plug from your original. It's only 4 wires and is easy to do. Open the Headlight and find the Starter Button plug. Disconnect the plug and then cut the wires at the Starter Button assembly end (leave as much of the wiring as you can, more than needed is better. I cut it off about 8" from the Starter Button assembly), pull it through the Headlight. Remove the old Starter Control assembly. Install the new Starter Button assembly (the Starter Button assembly needs to be touching the Handlebars (to be grounded) to work). Cut the plug off the new switch (you'll never need this plug so cutting the wires as close to the plug as you want is OK) and feed the wire back through the headlight. Then splice in the old plug - you can choose to trim the wire length at this point as you now see exactly how much is needed. Blue to blue, black to black, the red and brown wires go to either red wires on the original plug. It's far easier to splice the plug in AFTER you've fed the cut end of the new Starter Button assembly through the Headlight opening as opposed to trying to feed the plug through the small opening. Works like a charm.

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Re: XV750H/J/K Starter Button

PostAuthor: kevinp » Wed Nov 06, 2013 1:02 pm

If it's just the actual button you need, this guy makes them himself and they don't cost much. I had mine in about three days.

http://www.freewebs.com/kibokojoe/
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