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I've been working on a wiring diagram for the Kazuma Cougar 250.  I've already started doing the connectors and wiring for each connector.  Its been taking awhile because some of my connectors were cutoff when I bought it as well as a new ignition switch was wired in so I had to do some backtracking from the splice.  Anyway, I hope to have it finished here shortly and I will try to post it soon.  I have a very hectic schedule between working and school or else I would have already had it posted.  Hopefully this will help someone when its finished.

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