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Kawasaki Bayou 220 Bypass Key

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i bought a kwasaki bayou 220 and the person i got it from lost the key so they wired it to bypass the key start to use the pull rope but the wires got unhooked some how now i dont have a clue how to wire it back up to pull rope start. does any1 have a pic of the wires or help me im a newby

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Why don't you just install a new ignition switch? It's $10 on Amazon

Ignition Switch w/Keys for Kawasaki Bayou 220

 

Here's the manual which may have a wiring schematic:

 

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