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LAYOUT OF THE KLR WIRING PLUGS

Following a breakdown of the wiring plug locations and order in which the wires fit into the plugs. Main wiring plugs under the dash;The plugs, viewed from the font of the bike, looking toward the rear will be identified left to right as A, B, C, D, & E.

Plug A is a six pin. Pins are numbered in rows starting at the top, left.

1- Yellow/Red

2- Black/White

3- Brown

4- empty

5- Blue

6- Black/Yellow

Plug B is a nine pin. Pins are numbered in rows starting at the top, left.

1- Brown/White

2- Black/Yellow

3- Red

4- Grey

5- Red/Black

6- Light Green

7- Green

8- Yellow

9- Black

Plug C is a six pin. Pins are numbered in rows starting at the top, left.

1- White

2- Black/Yellow

3- Red/Yellow

4- Brown

5- Black/White

6- Red

Plug D is a nine pin. Pins are numbered in rows starting at the top, left.

1- Red

2- Red/Black

3- Green

4- Black

5- Black/Yellow

6- Orange

7- Red/Yellow

8- Blue/White

9- Grey

Plug E is a three pin. Pins are numbered in rows starting at the top, left.

1- Light Green

2- Blue/Red

3- Black/Yellow