no kill switch?!?

I have this weird "problem". There's no kill switch on my bike... well at least not anywhere I can find it.

The bike's Yamaha WR400F 1998

interesting.

i've heard of this model. it's a very rare japan only model.

the military ordered them and only put enough fuel in for the outward journey...

the riders were members of a group calling themselves "the divine wind".

apparently they were used in japanese game shows.

Taffy

So, guess I'll just have to keep using the compression switch...

Ust use a push button and connect to where your manual says there is a kill switch attached. Should be in the wiring diagram of the manual.

Thanks.

Now I just have to wait 3 more weeks to get my manual =)

It is probably because the previous owner disconnected it after a crash or something. If you pull your tank you will probably see where it is supposed to connect into the wiring harness.

Sounds to me like everyone is being a tad facetious to your question as an April fools joke?

fershy

Well, people tend to think every newbie's question to be April fools joke... especially on April =)

But seriously.. this isn't a joke.

I just don't have the red kill switch button on my handle bars. And I just removed my tank, so I could change the spark plug, and now I have to wait until tomorrow, to get the right kind of tool to unscrew it.

Kill switch connects under tank to two bullet connectors

black and white wire is the kill wire

black wire is earth wire

HTH

Kevin

laba

DO YOU HAVE THE PROPER SWITCH GEAR?

IF SO YOU HAVE THE LOGO OF A PAIR OF EAR MUFFS/DEFENDERS ON ONE OF THE BUTTONS.

CHECK IT OUT.

(yes i was shouting folks but i have asked him once before :D:) )

Taffy

Sounds like you REALLY need to get hold of and study that manual. The OEM manual covers all this stuff in good detail.

Also, it is quite possible that the wiring has been modified. I think Taffy is suggesting that you may have a dual sport switch (such as to operate turn signals) in which case the "kill" function would likely be wired into a button on that "proper switch gear." If it is in fact wired differently than from the factory, you will be in for some detective work to sort out the wiring. The manual is still a good starting point, though.

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