Handlebar switch - Yamaha YHA 208A fitment to a Moto Guzzi V1000 G5
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Thanks to Tim Smith for sending me this information via e-mail. The
YHA 208A switch was fit to the 1975 Yahama XS 500, 1976 Yahama XS 650, and other Yamaha years and models, I'm sure. In Tim's own words:
I recently needed to replace my stock 79' G5 left side switch gear. I had an old Jap type switch many guys have used before. It's a Yamaha 500 switch with just a horn, L-R turn signals and Hi-Lo head light. No Flash feature.
My replacement switch is a Yamaha type metal housing with no ground wire attached. I'm assuming it grounds it's self to the handlebar. My old stock unmolested G5 switch gear harness plug had one empty hole where the pins are. Some I have seen have two. This is my splicing chart.
|Function||Yamaha YHA 208A||1979 Moto Guzzi V1000 G5|
|Horn (wire to distribution panel)||Pink||White with black tracer|
|Right turn signal / turn indicator||Dark Green||Pink|
|Turn signal / turn indicator (live wire from fuse panel; goes through flasher unit / blinker unit)||Brown with white tracer||Orange|
|Left turn signal / turn indicator||Brown||Green with black tracer|
|Headlight high beam||Brown||Yellow|
|Live wire from fuse panel||Red||Blue with black tracer|
|Headlight low beam||Green||Green|
Note: You need a jumper wire from Lo Beam Green wire to power rear lights. Running & Lic. Plate.
Note: The Gray wire and Red with black stripe are spliced together. They were from the FLASH function. And hot wire to dash for fuel light & Generator light.