Is our Owner's free from mistakes?

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Re: Is our Owner's free from mistakes?

Postby David W » 25 Nov 2014, 23:24

alans1100 wrote:... The vertical line that identifies the Hi/Lo switch does pass through the choke control lever which is in it's non-working position. The passing switch is on the front of the switch block. The diagram relates to the text about the light controls and their locations: the choke is irrelevant and no need to identify......
I agree; I made a bad mistake in my last post on Page 1.

I cannot see Alan's photos yet, but my impression is that the Pass switch is a lever that one pulls back to put the headlights into high beam.
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Re: Is our Owner's free from mistakes?

Postby lancepar » 29 Dec 2014, 23:25

Yes but............. On some service bikes this pass switch was wired in the coms circuit as the PTT switch.............not a lot of people know that :roll: .

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Re: Is our Owner's free from mistakes?

Postby cammy_moir » 30 Dec 2014, 00:19

lancepar wrote:Yes but............. On some service bikes this pass switch was wired in the coms circuit as the PTT switch.............not a lot of people know that :roll: .

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Re: Is our Owner's free from mistakes?

Postby lancepar » 30 Dec 2014, 11:08

:roflmao:

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