XR650L Wiring Diagram in Color

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  1. BVS_XR650L

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    XR650L Wiring Diagram in Color

    If you would like a full size copy of this color version PM me with your email. It's not perfect but it looks nice with the color added. If you find any errors PM me and I will correct and re post it. This is originally from 4strokes.com I just took it and added the color. <?xml:namespace prefix = o ns = "urn:schemas-microsoft-com:eek:ffice:eek:ffice" /><o:p></o:p>
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  2. we3

    we3 Been here awhile

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  3. XR650L_Dave

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  4. BVS_XR650L

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    Does anyone know what the part number is for the Double Diode? It's located next to the headlight. I can not find it on the micro film.
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  5. XR650L_Dave

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    dang- I checked the harness fiche, the frame, the headlight, handlebars, speedo, headlight, etc. over at bikebandit but cannot find mention of that diode.

    maybe it comes with the harness? Looked for that, but...

    If you need a replacement for that, 2 diodes from radio-shack would work just fine.

    Dave
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  6. BVS_XR650L

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    Yea, same deal here Dave I looked and looked but can not find it anywhere. I have a 2002 and looked under the "2002" section and also the 1993 section, still no luck. I guess mine is ok, no problems to speak of just wanted to carry a spare for my Mexico trip. I'm not even sure if there is one on my bike! I just assume there was.
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  7. socalslim

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    What does that double diode do?

    I've been dealing with a problem on my '93 L. On uphill dirt roads or trails, the engine will cut out momentarily. At first, I was convinced it is a fuel related problem. The stock type carb has been gone through several times and is clean. It has the Baja Designs mod (drilled slide, shimmed needle, 58/155 jetting). Next, I was convinced it is an ignition problem and have replaced all ignition components (one at a time) from a friends bike. Still no change.

    Looking at the wiring diagram, It looks like the side stand switch could cause ignition problems.

    What do you guys think?

    Thanks in advance,
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  8. BVS_XR650L

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    You could jump out all of the safety or do one at a time and see if it helps. Not sure what the double diode does.
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  9. XR650L_Dave

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    All XRLs will have the double-dirty-dawg diode.

    If you look at my simplified schematic (see the link, a few posts up) the dbldiode is only related to the neutral-switch, one side of it passes the current for the neutral light, and the other passes current for the CDI so that the bike will run with the sidestand down, IF its in neutral.

    To temp. bypass all the safety switches, ground both wires that go to the clutch switch.

    Dave
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  10. Pucker

    Pucker This is gonna hurt

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    I'm replacing the top end of my fork w/ a Scotts 3x clamp & SUB damper, and I got rid of the stock spedo/light cluster - getting a Vapor.

    I already removed the side stand switch & soldered the green and the green/white wires long ago.

    I have now also removed the wires that go to the light cluster & sealed the cut ends. I removed the 2x diode & grounded the green/red & green/white wires.

    Will this have the same effect as grounding the clutch switch wires, or will the other diode (single diode, under the tank) require me to do more to completely circumvent the safeties? I know the safeties are for my own goon, but I'm willing to accept the consequences if I make a mistake (shame on me if I do).
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  11. XR650L_Dave

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    What you did is the same as grounding the 2 clutch-switch wires, bypasses everything.

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  12. ketchumrider

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    Does anyone have a recomendation where I should get power for my grip heaters on a Honda xr650l
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  13. XR650L_Dave

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    How many amps?

    Personally I'd favor a lead from the batt going to a relay controlled by a switch that gets its power from a 'key-on only' circuit.

    Dave
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  14. Sasquatch2112

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    Guys thank you for your work. I still use your schematics when I am doing wiring on the bike. I am wiring up an LED volt meter. It was so nice to be able to figure where I wanted to get the power from.

    Also, nice to be able to figure out how to bypass the side stand switch. "For racing purposes only" :lol3 :wink:
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  15. XR650L_Dave

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    But if the sidestand deploys mid-air what will you do?!!!
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  16. Sasquatch2112

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    I guess I will have to remove the entire thing. :wink:
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  17. mcma111

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    It was my understanding that if the clutch lever switch were shorted out the side stand switch was also. :deal
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  18. Sasquatch2112

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    With the clutch switch shorted, you would still need either the kickstand up or the bike in neutral to start.
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  19. XR650L_Dave

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    If you connect both clutch switch leads to ground you bypass all crank/run safeties (neutral switch, kickstand switch, clutch lever switch).

    Shorting them together only bypasses the clutch lever switch.

    Dave
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