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ground it to grounds, duh.also hook it to the chassis, negative battery terminal, theengine, etc. WHITE: AC charging system wire, connect it directly to the rectifier(little square box with ridges on it, has red,white,yellow,and green wires coming out of it) YELLOW: AC charging system wiring, connect it to the rectifier, and also to the headlight power(to the hi/lo switch) taillight(not brake light) and the autochoke. the lights on gy6 scooters run AC current, not your standard DC current that most people are accustomed to. BLACK/RED STRIPE: this wire charges the CDI(capacitive discharge ignition, it has a capacitor in it that gets charged by a coil in the stator) you usually use this wire to kill the engine, and it goes from the stator to the cdi, i usually wire the kill switch inline with this wire, and when flipped open, the kill switch interrupts the ignition. BLUE/YELLOW STRIPE: this wire is the hall sensor that triggers the CDI to produce a spark. it gets wired to the CDI. wire may also be white with a yellow stripe. CDI WIRING: you will have 5 wires from the CDI(maybe 6, but hook up the ones here, and your bike will run.) GREEN(maybe black): ground, ground it, duh. BLACK/RED STRIPE: to the CDI, see the explanation above. BLUE/YELLOW STRIPE: to the CDI. BLACK/WHITE STRIPE: power to the ignition coil, connect to coil + terminal COIL: BLACK/WHITE STRIPE: + lead, to the CDI GREEN: ground. may be black wire. RECTIFIER: 4 wires on a typical rectifier. GREEN: ground. WHITE: to stator YELLOW: to stator
RED: put a fuse inline, then hook to the battery. this is DC power(charging wire) one lead is going to go to the ignition witch as well, for all the DC components power(brake light, horn, starter relay) AUTOCHOKE: yellow wire from stator, and ground. uses AC current if you want to test it now, the bike should have spark with the kill switch in one position or the other, usually in the off position, take the spark plug out and kick it over. you will of course need fuel also to make the engine run, i recommend using a vacuum fuel pump, as it doesnt need battery power to make it work. just make sure to mount the vacuum pump under the fuel level, as they dont like to suck fuel uphill, but will pump uphill fine. next installment: DC power components including electric starter, blinkers, horn, brake lights..