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Old 04-02-2008, 12:44 AM   #1
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Ita small electrical part by the starter solonoid three straight pins on Mircro fishe # 9 & #36610-19c50 what does this little thing do?
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What year, what model, can you post the fiche?

EDIT: Pre-98, discontinued part, god-aweful expensive at $244. That means it's probably the thermister for the California model to control the fans.

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$229?!?! for the 88..
Jeez, throw it a away.
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Jeez, throw it a away.
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Old 04-02-2008, 01:59 PM   #5
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Default small electrical part

This is on a 1990 katama 600. Its very small about a half in square with three straight pins that plug into a small socket it tucked up above the starter solonide. Just wondering how important it is? do you need it for the bike to run?
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Have you tried starting the bike to check if it'll do it without it? Just a thought...
Personally, I don't have an answer for you.

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What color are the wires?
Red/ Red / Red. Means it is the main circuit breaker. It has three wires but only two are used.

Blue/ Blue-Black/Green. Means it is the side stand "diode". It is a little logic unit that works the neutral/side stand/clutch interlock..

Those are the only things I can think of. But I do not have the Californian wiring diagram. Is it a Cali bike?

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#9 on the fiche.. Breaker assembly.. $15.. PN 36750-05A00

1-X is the full harness (hence the huge price) and the X is the rev number. Sorry I missed that.

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Thanks That must be It. Ive been going over all the connectors with contact cleaner and di-electric grease. To try to make sure this old Kat will run for a bit longer.
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