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'82 DT125MX Left side switchgear

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'82 DT125MX Left side switchgear was created by Stoyanh0

The bike is a late 1982 production Swedish bike. (4J3/2A8)

I am trying to swap out a switchgear with a damaged case.

However it is extremely confusing.

The pattern switch, and any pictures I can find of an original do not match what is on my bike.

I appear to have something that looks like a standard switchgear except it has an extra position on the headlight on/off switch for the sidelight.

It terminates into two 4 pin blocks instead of a 6 pin block. This matches the loom and it all worked properly.



I am trying to get a pattern switch with a 6 pin to fit. But not all of the wire colours match what they should be. Which would be confusing enough if they did.

I have been unable to find where Yamaha used this connector configuration in the hopes that I could find a direct replacement switch.

Has anyone else ever seen one of these?
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Last edit: 22 Feb 2023 14:40 by Stoyanh0.
22 Feb 2023 14:38 #1

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Replied by Gr8uncleal on topic '82 DT125MX Left side switchgear

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 from near Salisbury, UK.

Photos now working, so could you post photos of the case itself. Also, what YHA number is cast into the underside? Again, photo would be good.

My guess is that you might well be able to find just a replacement case and, with a smidge of luck (ie nothing breaks while you're taking it apart), transfer your existing gubbins into the replacement case.
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Replied by Stoyanh0 on topic '82 DT125MX Left side switchgear

Further pictures acquired.

It doesn't have any markings on it at all. Which is part of the frustration.
 
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Replied by Gr8uncleal on topic '82 DT125MX Left side switchgear

Thanks.

That, to me, is an aftermarket part, as there is no YHA number on the underside.

I would try and find a genuine parts manual for your specific model and then search under the part number.
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