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Hello Everyone, I am new on the forum and already need help. Well, that is why I joined. I need the schematic for the turn signal switch on an 89 1500,

Thank you in advance for your help.

Cecil Van Winkle

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Look for the GL 1500 2000 electronic service manual. It has the full schematics aand alot more.
 

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mrv38585 wrote:
Hello Everyone, I am new on the forum and already need help. Well, that is why I joined. I need the schematic for the turn signal switch on an 89 1500,

Thank you in advance for your help.

Cecil Van Winkle

Spencer, TN
Here are the wires and functions for the left handlebar switch cluster. These are the wires on the switches and where they connect.

Reference: GL1500 Electrical Troubleshooting Manual

C-93 6-Pin Green Connector (Left front side of fairing,
Photo 12, page 12-1)

White/Green wire------------Horn Switch
Light Green wire-------------Horn Switch

Light Green/White wire-----Turn Signal Switch
Orange/White wire-----------Turn Signal Switch
Light Blue wire---------------Turn Signal Switch
Hazard Switch
Orange wire-------------------Turn Signal Switch
Hazard Switch


C-94 9-Pin Black Connector (Right side of fairing behind the Marker light,
Photo 21, page 12-3)

Brown/White wire-----------Turn Signal Switch
Light Blue/White wire------Turn Signal Switch
Green wire--------------------Turn Signal Switch
White wire--------------------Dimmer Switch
Blue wire----------------------Dimmer Switch
Blue/White wire-------------Dimmer Switch


C-181 4-Pin White Connector (Behind left front side of fairing on bracket,
Photo 12, page 12-1)

Pink/White wire-------------Hazard Switch
Pink wire---------------------Turn Signal Switch
Grey wire---------------------Turn Signal Switch
 

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If you should figure out how to delete the speed controlled cancel, please share it with us. I'm not sure if that's why you're asking but I have to say that if there is one system on the bike that could easily get me killed, it's the system that turns the signal off before I made the turn. I understand that this won't happen at speeds under 35 mph but I turn off a highway onto a private road and alway approach that turn at higher speeds coming over a blind hill. I know some will say to slow down for the turn and my answer is that I do but the issue is that if I foget to keep hitting the turn signal switch, oncoming cars see a motorcycle turning in front of them without a turn signal blinking. Not a good situation and what I call deadly! I'm curious if this is still the case on the later models, the 1800's?

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Ed
 

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Good Morning,

The "Speed Cancel Switch" is located just above the front tire. It is in the stem, at bottom, and is easiily accessed by unhooking the back of a black plastic cover. Once there you will find a clip that is about two inches long that is hooked to the body by one screw. Take the screw out and remove the clip and you should have it inoperative. Make sure that the switch is in the netural position, pointed toward center of bike. The other end of the clip slips over a little black slot to move the ancel switch when you cut the wheel.

That should do it.

Have a great day

Cecil
 

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I am ok with the wiring. My problem is putting the switch back together. What goes where and in what order? That is where my problem lies and so far I have been unable to come up with a schematic that will show me. I do have the signals working but not put back together. The problem was that grease and dirt had built up making it lose contact.

Thanks to everyone for your help. If I get the schematic then I can ride this week end....hurrah!!!!!!!!!!!!

Cecil
 
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