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norton73Tue May-06-08 12:12 AM
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"Copy of wiring schematic for 1973 Norton Commando"


  

          

I have taken on the project of restoring a 1973 Norton Commando & some of the wiring will need replacement. The previous owner had started the process but did not complete & the wiring leads from the battery for the positive & negative leads have been removed. At this point I am trying to determine what the correct wiring connections should be to the battery & the copy I have of the wiring schematic is not very clear. Was wondering if anyone had a clear copy of the wiring chart that shows the wiring paths that would be earier to read. If possible would receive in PDF format. Thanks for any help that could be provided.

  

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dynodaveThu May-08-08 06:45 AM
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#1. "RE: Copy of wiring schematic for 1973 Norton Comma..."
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Sorry I don't have an electronic version of the schematic. To the battery, the cluster of red wires are the + for ground. The fattish brown wire is the - neg power and should have a fuse holder and 15amp fuse.

  

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