Over 1000 miles on it - can't quite make out the entire mileage until I take the instrument cluster out. The scooter had been sitting under a "tarp" for at least 6 months - maybe a year - and there is too much tree debris in the cluster to see it clearly.
Some alarms you can just unplug and all is well but on some you have to put in a jumper like on the Bali 150. If you can tell me the colors of the wires to the alarm plug in I can tell you one way or another. JRR
Phetish Is the wire you are calling brown actually brown/white? The color pattern you gave is identical to the Bali 150 except my brown is actually brown/white.
With this scooter if you pull the alarm you must jump the black/ white with the brown/white and all is well, because it will do exactly as you say run but won't die when you turn off the key. This is the engine kill circuit so if your wire is brown/white or the same as the brown/white then this will do the trick JRR
Hey get in touch with your dealer ands ask and most of the time if they have an alarm it's a box behind the front cowling but on the Bali it went under the seat next to the battery. BTW ya need to read up on the Royal Purple thread by Kliff on Rebel. JRR
Does anyone know which wires I need to jump according to the following colors? -green -red -orange -red/yellow -black -black/white -pink -light blue
I pulled my alarm off because it keeps giving me problems with starting my 2006 Tank 150 (don't know the model). I can't find anything. If nobody knows, I don't mind tracing wires...I just wanted to see if there were any quick answers. I tried pink and black/white thinking that the pink replaces the black/brown, but it didn't work.
Thank you guys for your help. It turns out that it was the pink and black/white wire I had to jump.
After looking at a wiring diagram, I realized that I had to just figure out which of the four ignition wires (which were green, black, red, and another black/white which changed to pink at the next plug) was the dedicated wire to the alarm system. The other 3 go to things like turn signals and the regulator.
A multi-meter made that easy.
wereed: HOw can I start a thread?
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wereed: or respond to a thread I started three years ago...
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marklorenzi: I just bought one of the Fleetwoods. They look like a clone of the Honda XRM's they sell overseas. It is in transit now and I should get it this week. I will try to post my experience here. Call me the guinea pig hahaha.
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flyangler: wereed, this forum is read only the new forum is on the banner above. Dan
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silkyg1973: can someone please tell me how to post
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