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A65 headlight wiring 1970 #57950
11/12/07 12:10 am
11/12/07 12:10 am
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Loreauville, Louisiana
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hi, i like to have a diagram of the inside of the head lught wiring to the light switch. my bike is all wrong since i had Boyer installed . thank Roy

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Re: A65 headlight wiring 1970 #57951
11/12/07 4:45 am
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Hi Roy,

Quote:
Originally posted by RJBSA1949:
i like to have a diagram of the inside of the head lught wiring to the light switch.
Someone might be along with a link to a wiring diagram on-line; if not, both the genuine Owner's Handbook and Workshop manual have the diagram and, afaik, these are available from any half-decent BSA spares supplier.

Quote:
Originally posted by RJBSA1949:
my bike is all wrong since i had boyer installed
'Boyer' usually means the writer is talking about the common Boyer-Bransden electronic ignition. There's also the less-common Power Box rectifier/zener replacement made by Bransden Electronics. Neither should affect the headlight wiring.

Hth.

Regards,

Re: A65 headlight wiring 1970 #57952
11/12/07 7:35 am
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HI, Bikers, Thanks for the reply. I really meant the light wiring was mess up because i replaced a new wire harness and not paying attention on where things were hook up. tanks Roy

Re: A65 headlight wiring 1970 #57953
12/06/07 2:33 pm
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HI, Bikers, Thanks for the input. I got a friend ,Jack Moffett ,help me hook up my lights , nice to have great people inthe world like him, thanks Roy

Re: A65 headlight wiring 1970 #57954
12/07/07 7:26 am
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Quote:
Originally posted by RJBSA1949:
HI, Bikers, Thanks for the reply. I really meant the light wiring was mess up because i replaced a new wire harness and not paying attention on where things were hook up. tanks Roy
You were lucky there Roy, one of the very good pieces of advice I received whilst being paranoid about installing a new harness on my Triumph was to cut the old loom just short of the terminals inside the headlight. This allows it to be withdrawn and the new loom fed in and the short stubs of colour coded cable left on the terminals makes correct connection easy.
Morgan's spellcheck reckons I cannot spell colour LOL.


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7.62 x 51 is not a maths puzzle.

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