DT125X wiring photos ? issues Help me please
Have any of you got any photos of the wring on your DT125X?
Mine was covered in poor joins and crappy electrical tape.
There is a big group of black cables, neutrals I think. the joint was a solder join but very poor connection and caused the bike to cut out. I've cleaned up and tried to resolder with flux paste but it just wont take ??? I don't wanna use a choc block. any ideas?
next is the big group of browns, initially there was no spark on the plug. i found one of the browns coming from one of the top 3 cdi plugs was the cause.
I've removed this from where all the brown join and am now getting a spark on the plug but no YPVS when ignition turned. Any ideas where this cable belongs ?
Would really apprentice any comments or advise or even better some photos as I'm stuck !!!
The big ‘lump’ of black wires are the common earths for the bike. So yes, they need to be joined one way or another. You may need to use a mini blow torch to solder them. A big electric one might do it, the kind that is used to melt plastic parts together. Like a gun with a trigger. Make sure you use flux as well as solder...
Can’t help you with the other, but it sounds like a kill switch circuit was stuck on. Older bikes have solenoid relays on top of the airbox. Activated by the sidestand switch, ect.
Let us know what year your bike is...
Thanks mate it’s a 05 Dt125x.
Brought a Haynes manual for the wiring diagram and all looks ok which it’s obviously not
So to summarise On the last cdi plug there is a single brown in the loom which connects to the other browns and you can hear the power valve system on start up.
However this will cause the spark plug to not spark.
When removed the spark plug sparks 100% but no power valve.
It has to be the kill switch or side stand circuit. But all looks ok !!!
Watch this space,,. Need to get this fixed, driving me mad.
Just to check, when the brown is disconnected you get a spark and running engine. But can you pull away with the stand down? I just want to know if it’s disconnecting the ignition circuit. If the sidestand switch still cuts off the engine then it’ll be something else...
Brown is usually switched live so only works when ignition is on
My bike is older than yours but a brown wire goes to kill switch I think
If the wire won't solder scrape a stanley blade over it until the copper is shiny rub some flux on twist them together an try again I bought some £7,solder it works much better than the cheap stuff