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i think it just needs to be grounded. do some tests and see if it will start with that wire grounded.
I'll still post once I know this works, it seems that everything is taking a lot longer to get back together.

I have one other question. The 750 has a clutch saftey switch in the stock clutch lever. I think that when the clutch lever is not engaged, it engages the saftey switch and doesn't allow the bike to start. And when the clutch lever is pulled in, the saftey switch is off and the bike can start. Right??

My new clutch lever does not have the saftey switch. Do i need to do anything to make sure the bike will start?


You can see the clutch switch in the diagram above.
'72 cb750
'75 cb750
'82 cx500 (but mine is cool, i swear. Why don't you believe me?)
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