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    Working on my 2006 GSX750F.
    It's really coming along now. I got it to the point that it's almost ready for my first ride. I am working on the kickstand switch.

    I got the book out to find the wiring diagram. I found where I need to look.

    The problem is I don't know where to look for the "Turn Signal/Kickstand Relay" on the bike.

    I've been looking on the left side where I found the cut wires to the kickstand but no luck.

    Could someone help me with it?
    Pictures would be great.
    Thanks
    Last edited by CaptnRonFl; 05-11-2017, 04:42 PM.

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    Well I solved it. It was very simple. The PO had cut the two wires where the wires from the kickstand go in to a connector. I twisted the wires at the connector together and it worked. I will put it back the way it is supposed to be. I like the kickstand cut out to work.

    Now that is done, still no ride for me. When I let the clutch out fully, it barely moved. Looks like a oil change and new clutch plates for the old girl. I was going to change the oil and filter anyway. I am looking on eBay and Amazon to get the best deal for everything along with a new clutch cover gasket.

    I also figured out why the emergency flashers were on. There is a separate switch to turn it on. It's located on the right handle bar. My nephew just reaches over and switch it off. I didn't say a word but I was saying some things to myself though.
    I have to say I feel much better now.
    Soon... yes very soon, it will be alive.

    Picture of the wires.
    https://flic.kr/p/TtXrqn

    Picture of the emergency switch
    https://flic.kr/p/TtXrAH
    Last edited by CaptnRonFl; 05-11-2017, 04:44 PM.

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    • #3
      There's a wiring diagram on the Wiki - If not, download the manual and look there.

      Sorry I can't help more, I have an '89 1100...

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      • #4
        RobertTravis
        I did figure it out. It was very easy but had me stumped for a day.

        Like your bike. I was looking at a 1988 GSX1100 before I bought the GSX750F. I didn't get it because it was over 450 miles one way. It's still for sale and I am still thinking about getting it. Just want to get what I have sorta out first.
        Thanks.

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        • #5
          Originally posted by CaptnRonFl View Post
          RobertTravis
          I did figure it out. It was very easy but had me stumped for a day.

          Like your bike. I was looking at a 1988 GSX1100 before I bought the GSX750F. I didn't get it because it was over 450 miles one way. It's still for sale and I am still thinking about getting it. Just want to get what I have sorta out first.
          Thanks.
          Thanks. Mine's an '89. It was my first 'big bike'. I bought it initially about 19 years ago from a guy at work...had it for a while, sold it to my neighbor who had it for 10 years. I moved...he looked me up and asked me if I wanted to buy it back. He hated to get rid of it but doctor's orders...He was blacking out at work!

          It's funny because I just started looking for another one and he called me out of the blue...funny how that works! I have it apart at the moment. I'm converting the wheels from 16s to 17s and will be giving it a light restoration where needed - than probably paint although the body is in pretty good shape.

          The 1988 model is a one-off. Not a bad bike, it's suspension and front end angle are different than all others...so keep that in mind. There are few other minor things different as well on the 88s.

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          • #6
            I've been thinking about what you said about the"88 model.
            He is asking $1300 for it but would probably take less for it because he has had it for sale for over two months. Plus he lives in the boonies.
            I am going to pass on it right now as I'm having a lot of problems with my 2006 gsx750f.

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