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post #1 of 19 Old 07-08-2015, 05:26 PM Thread Starter
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Mystery plug?

Can anyone tell me exactly where this plug goes? It is hanging loose by the forks and headlights . and there is a rubber square that looks like its ment to hold a relay or something
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Where dose it come from? looked at mine cant see it

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Where dose it come from? looked at mine cant see it
Yep - we need an exact location. Perhaps a picture in bright light from a couple of feet away with the connector circled or pointed to.


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So it is a electrical relay module A , but is it a relay for turn signals , I was able to use a 9 v battery holder and a toggle switch as a key start , I also soldered quick disconnects on the 9 v battery so nobody will now it's my key . until I get the new ignition . Those ignitions look like a hassle to replace . not expensive just a pain. The bike starts and runs but they fried my battery , O'Reillys driver should be here any minute .
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So it is a electrical relay module A , but is it a relay for turn signals ,.....
The color (white) of the questioned plug is irriatating (me). Afaik, the 9P sub harness and the 9p turn signal connectors should be black.
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O'reilly auto parts? i vowed to never go in there after they quoted me 700$ to change my headlights in my car....they said it would take 3 hours of labor at 100$ an hour and 200$ per bulb.
I found the correct bulbs on amazon for 35$ each and did it myself which im not very mechanically inclined. took me 1 hour, They were just trying to rip me off. It would have taken them 30min and my car would have sat there for 2.5 hours.
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I love O'Reillys , they carry everything I need and a driver will bring it to me. I pay 20$ for my cbr filter , oil and gasket here in az . The electrical module is also the light relay , so it will be here Monday .
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CBR250 is an odd critter compared to a car...ECU reset procedure involves shorting wires in the taillight circuit, so any relay seems important. Your electrical system might start charging with that module in place

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