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Ignition Resistor/Diode

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Old 05-06-2012, 06:33 AM
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So I've searched high and low and read different answers. After the dealership went through my bike for over 8 hours they figured out the diode or whatever inside the ignition switch is bad. Does anybody know the specs on this part so I can stop by radio shack tomorrow and buy one?

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Old 05-06-2012, 04:40 PM
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When i had to replace mine i think i used a 2.2 ohm diode from radio shack.
 
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Old 05-07-2012, 09:51 PM
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2.2 ohm would be a resistor. If it's a diode you're looking for I would think any common one would work. Like a 1N914 or a 1N4001. Although keep in mind I'm not exactly sure what its function is.
 
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Originally Posted by nickp123 View Post
When i had to replace mine i think i used a 2.2 ohm diode from radio shack.
where did you wire in the resistor? I have a new ignition off eBay and it doesn't have a diode or resistor in it, so I'll have to solder one in.

Need to know what resistance and where to bridge it.
 
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