Morini M01 wiring simplification HELP!!!

Google was no help, nothing appropriate in the wiki.

I need a diagram for the M01 that excludes brake light switches, preferably keeps the lights independent of each other and uses only a one 3-contact terminal block.

Thank you for your time!!

Re: Morini M01 wiring simplification HELP!!!

So you don't want brake light switches? Do you want running light switch?

Re: Morini M01 wiring simplification HELP!!!

Get a pencil and paper . Draw what you want . There , you have a wiring diagram . ;)

Re: Morini M01 wiring simplification HELP!!!

Stephen, I want a running light that is hard wired to be on. No switch needed.

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Chöschi21 C.K. /

You should be able to find that out on your own.

Re: Morini M01 wiring simplification HELP!!!

> Al . Wrote:

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> Stephen, I want a running light that is hard wired to be on. No switch

> needed.

How many wires coming out of your stator?

Re: Morini M01 wiring simplification HELP!!!

Stephen, there are three, green/black/red. I tried the service manual but the diagram has paths I just can't wrap my head around.

Re: Morini M01 wiring simplification HELP!!!

Green grounds to the frame, black goes to head light/tail light and red goes to coil/kill switch. (edited)

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Re: Morini M01 wiring simplification HELP!!!

Benjamin The Wandering Pacer /

Re: Morini M01 wiring simplification HELP!!!

Looking for one that excludes the brake light switches, it makes a difference apparently.

Re: Morini M01 wiring simplification HELP!!!

> Benjamin The Wandering Pacer Wrote:

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> Al,

>

> Here is a simplified Morini wiring diagram that may help.

> http://www.thewanderingpacer.com/download/41/manuals/2931/morini-franco-pacer-moped-wiring-diagram-courtesy-of-shelly-mopedgal.pdf

Ben,thanks to you and Shelly Mopedgal for that info on wiring. I bookmarked it.

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