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Eeza 
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Posted: April 11, 2005 at 11:09 AM / IP Logged  

Hello Guys,  very quick question,  does anyone have a PDF (or any other format) document that shows the wiring on a Yamaha XJ600N Motorcycle.  I have a nice cheap alarm and fitting is not an issue just I would rather search for the necessary wires without first blindfolding myself first.

Any help would be greatfully received.  Many thanks Eric

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Posted: April 11, 2005 at 11:16 AM / IP Logged  
sorry mate
what about a haynes manual..
Also it shouldn't be too hard to find what your looking for on the bike
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it's a motorcycle just grab a digital meter and have at it. the wires shouln't be hard to find.
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Battery, ground, ignition & parking lights are all running along the battery to the fuse panel. The horn you can grab at the horn itself.
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all i can come up with:

 YAMAHA / XJ 600 N OR S (UK) / 1992 / Remote Start
[PRINT THIS PAGE]
12volts     starter solenoid bolt
Starter blue/white    starter solenoid
Second Starter     
Ignition RED / white    ECU loom
Notes: Fuel pump wire is blue/black at fuel pump loom.
Second Ignition     
Third Ignition     
Accessory     
Second Accessory     
Keysense   
Power Lock     
Power Unlock     
Lock Motor     
Unlock Motor     
Parking Lights+ green & brown   
Parking Lights-    
Hazards   
Turn Signal(L)   
Turn Signal(R)   
Reverse Light   
Door Trigger     
Dome Supervision     
Trunk/Hatch Pin     
Hood Pin     
Trunk/Hatch Release     
Power Sliding Door   
Factory Alarm Arm     
Factory Alarm Disarm     
Disarm No Unlock     
Tachometer     
Wait to start   
Brake Wire     
Parking Brake   
Horn Trigger     
Memory Seat 1   
Memory Seat 2   
Memory Seat 3   
Motorcycle Alarm -- posted image.
Eeza 
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Posted: April 12, 2005 at 3:39 PM / IP Logged  

Tell U what boys I expected a couple of posts but this has been great,  I can of course probe and pin but its sooooo helpful to have an Idea,  Its a pig to do as there's nowhere to hide the cables,, 

I have so far just hooked up the power and LED / Siren.  Had a stumble on the Flashers as it blows the fuse           (I connected one side ok but when connecting to the other side it blows the fuse?)  I guess I am gonna need to use the on board flasher for the hazard lights to get all flashing in unison (Currently the offside front and rear is active.

Many many thanks boys for the support....  Regards and all that Eric


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