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Added on:  12 Oct 2012
Author/Source:  Chris Gee
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Posted by:  geechr
Comments:   8 Comment(s)

By Colin F
12 Oct 2012
Well thought out, it enables anyone to see the continuity of the circuit even if they cannot "read" a wiring diagram.
By Merlin
12 Oct 2012
Really good and simple wish I had one for my Greeves.
By 1608
13 Oct 2012
Great idea, rather like Beck's underground map principle, user friendly.
By Cerberus
14 Oct 2012
I've always struggled to interpret traditional automotive wiring diagrams, regardless of having been trained as an electronics engineer. A standard electrical circuit diagram (as shown) I have no bother with. Excellent. It must be a mind set or over-training. Now can we have an equivalent one for alternator bikes?
By Johnobirches
15 Jul 2013
Excellent - thanks.
By bry27
14 Dec 2014
its great diagram helped me out
By MB Canada
26 Mar 2015
Great diagram!! I have a 1950 G80S and my question is; How can one tell if the Dynamo is properly grounded?? I see your ground in the diagram and my Dynamo has the two wires going to both D and F at regulator. I don't have power from my dynamo and wanted to check ground? Does the dynamo ground just from mounting to frame? How can i check? Thanks.... Clark
By Dixter
03 Oct 2017
Quite well done.


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