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Hi all,
Just putting in a loom to my refurb T150V and I've been looking to see if I can find a colour schematic chart for the electrics.
I started the job about a year ago - should have finished it when fresh in my mind!
I've downloaded a B/W circuit diagram - but would be a lot easier if it was in colour and also a schematic that actually matches the wiring on the bike.
Any ideas?
Thanks - Paul.

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Hi Paul,
Originally Posted by biker_smith
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schematic that actually matches the wiring on the bike.
Afaik, the b&w diagram is in the workshop Manual is correct? If you don't have the Manual, last page of http://classicbike.biz/Triumph/Repair/Trident/69-73TridentRepair.pdf Where does that not match the wiring on the bike?

Absent a colour diagram, first rewire I did, I took the workshop Manual wiring diagram to a local copy shop and had them blow it up to A3 or A2, then went over the lines with colour felt tips according to the b&w colour codes. However, I didn't find it hard to learn the colour codes.

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This might help you, but while most useful it is not entirely accurate.

Lucas Wassel send them out if you ask.

https://drive.google.com/file/d/1Te1_xqqivWFSmqaCMJdQ2IHpWqYzjZ8A/view?usp=sharing

Let me know if you can access it.


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That helps a lot - thanks for that. Regards - Paul.


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