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74 Primavera 03 ET2
Joined: 12 Aug 2012
Posts: 54
Location: Chicago
Fri Jun 21, 2019 2:24 pm quote
Hello all,

I've recently acquired a 50 special with almost all the parts attached and want to get it on the road asap. My first task was to get the electrical back to 100%. I've attached the wiring diagram I've been going off of but it doesn't seem to match 100% with what I'm seeing on the scoot.
Could anyone tell me if this key switch is native or replaced? It has a few extra wire as compared to the wiring diagram but everything seems to be attached as if it belongs. Wrong diagram? I'm trying to get a replacement harness as this one has extensive wire nicks and corrosion and would take just as long to repair as it would to just replace...
I've emailed scooter mercato as they have the harness for $40 but I don't wanna get something that wont have all the wires and I'm wondering if these were the same for a few years or why they're so different. My 74 primavera has turn signals because they were required by law. Does this not qualify because of it's size? It's an 80 without turn signals... which is totally fine by me because it's easier to wire but just confuses me as well

key switch and sticker


V5B3T wiring.pdf

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P125x (P200 Motor)
Joined: 06 May 2019
Posts: 167
Location: Alexandria, VA
Fri Jun 21, 2019 8:08 pm quote
Can't say on your specific bike, but it looks the same as my P125X switch.
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