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I have one of these switches on my 78 GL1000, but the 78-79 GL1000 circuit diagram from NGW I think, does not show one
Mine is a UK model.
Can anyone shed some light here please? My electrical skills fall well short of competent!

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I'm not familiar with this but have the wiring diagrams. What does it do and where is it located?

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Are you talking the european parking lights? If I recall correctly that turns on the left side signal lights steady.

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Sorry, still can't post pics on this iPad. Switch is right handlebar, underneath the stop switch, next to the start button and should be for lights, 3 position, off, park, head. On the left hand bar is the switch to go from hi to Lo beam.
I think I have now sorted the connections to it but it bugs me not finding it on the diagrams

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in the back of the Haynes manual there is a diagram of the UK and France KZ model, which I think is mine. Problem is it is almost unreadable, I certainly can't make out much with it.
Does anyone know of an online place for a readable diagram?

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There may be some others in the gallery I'm not sure. If you find one that helps and need a clearer image than zooming into them with the browser controls let me know and I'll see what original scans we have.

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Thanks, Dan. Brilliant. That's the same as mine but the colour at least makes it more readable

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Barry, go here and get the correct one for your bike:

http://kojaycat.co.uk/epages/950000457. ... g_Diagrams

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Barry, go here and get the correct one for your bike:

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