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Hello. my son just bought a warrior and we are working on getting it ready to ride. It is a 87, but the po I think changed the harness. (it came with a spare one) So I have these 4 wires that go back to the neutral and reverse lights and the other is ground and the last is brown. I believe that these wires used to go to the reverse relay. Right now the bike only has one relay wired in and the start relay plug just has a jumper wire between 2 sockets. Anyway I want to see if I can somehow either plug these wires into a relay and get my lights working again, or jump them somehow to complete the circuit. I have 4 spare relays, but I cant read any part numbers to see whats what. Even if I were to get the correct relay, I do not know which pins each wire would plug into. Any help would be great. Thanks
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i would just do a complete new circuit from the battery with its own fuse you have a mess there that i would not mess with as long as it is running
 

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Everything works except the R and N light I would just like to get those 4 wires at the back figured out so that he at least knows when he is in neutral. Anyway you can look at your relays for me?
 

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i dont have any warriors left in my fleet to look at. i might have some time on Thursday to look at the wiring diagram and see if i can help. if i was you i would order the clymer paper manual is has great wiring diagrams and is over all a good manual. it will pay for itself pretty quick
 
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