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Old 12-25-2012, 03:53 PM   #1
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Dougie Lampkin wire question

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Just borrowed a well-worn Dougie Lampkin Replica, probably a '99. Runs great, stops fairly great.

It arrived in my possession with no kill button; I have already learned the hard way that it would be nice to have one.

I've searched in vain to find a wiring diagram on line, but no cigar so far. Anybody have one of which I could have a copy or ask questions?

Following another angle, I find in the wire harness, a taped-off section with two wires w/spade connectors connected to nothing. One of the conductors is a white w/red stripe. The other is yellow. The white/red conductor has a male spade connector on the open end and the other end runs through a six pin connector to the ECM. The yellow one goes into the bike's harness.

I'm suspecting that the red/white one is correct for the kill button. However, I don't want to ground it with the engine running, cuz I don't wanna hafta buy an ECM if it turns out to be something that could bugger the ECM.

Reckon the red/white one is the correct one to ground with a momentary kill button?

BTW, the following information is on the ECM DUCATI (!) 34 20 3001 12/99

Lastly, what is a "TRANSVAL" (Made in France) Has one conductor going to it, and presumably, a ground through its bracket.

The red/white and yellow wires

The shitty connection that runs to the TRANSVAL

The mysterious (to me) TRANSVAL It's about 3/4" X 3/4" X 1.5"
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