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    Default Re: Royal Enfield Himalayan

    Does anyone have the BS3 and BS4 wiring diagrams? Would be really grateful if I can get hi-res scans of the same. I am at "ajithok@yahoo.co.in". Getting ready to install some aux lights and want to figure out a way to relay the headlamp so it doesn't run when engine is off.

    Pretty please?

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    Post Re: Royal Enfield Himalayan

    Quote Originally Posted by ajithk View Post
    Does anyone have the BS3 and BS4 wiring diagrams? Would be really grateful if I can get hi-res scans of the same. I am at "ajithok@yahoo.co.in". Getting ready to install some aux lights and want to figure out a way to relay the headlamp so it doesn't run when engine is off.

    Pretty please?
    You can do it a more simple and effective way. Tap the positive of the ignition and connect any wire of the aux light switch to the ignition tap wire, then take the other wire of the switch and connect it to the positive of the aux beams. Connect a second negative from the aux lights to any earthing point in the bike and voila you have a working aux light, that works only with the ignition.

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    Quote Originally Posted by B7ACKTHORN View Post
    You can do it a more simple and effective way. Tap the positive of the ignition and connect any wire of the aux light switch to the ignition tap wire, then take the other wire of the switch and connect it to the positive of the aux beams. Connect a second negative from the aux lights to any earthing point in the bike and voila you have a working aux light, that works only with the ignition.

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    Thanks dude but am trying to avoid loading stock wires and also need a reversible setup. Warranty is critical on this one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ajithk View Post
    Does anyone have the BS3 and BS4 wiring diagrams? Would be really grateful if I can get hi-res scans of the same. I am at "ajithok@yahoo.co.in". Getting ready to install some aux lights and want to figure out a way to relay the headlamp so it doesn't run when engine is off.

    Pretty please?
    Quote Originally Posted by ajithk View Post
    Thanks dude but am trying to avoid loading stock wires and also need a reversible setup. Warranty is critical on this one.
    You're not overloading any stock wiring. You're basically tapping right from the ignition for the additional aux lamp. And these are easily reversible. Relay is what makes wiring too much and makes routing another headache. Just my thought. But, with a relay, any electrician from a reputed shop can do.

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    Default Re: Royal Enfield Himalayan

    Does anyone know the cost of a new HL for Himalayan ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kunwar.g View Post
    Does anyone know the cost of a new HL for Himalayan ?
    Headlamp complete unit costs 1780/- The plastic unit comes with connectors.

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    Guys... I'm looking forward to buy an used Royal Enfield himalan snow White bs4.. I'll be seeing it Tomorrow... It was purchased on November 2017 and has done 13k kms till now... Can you guys tell me what are the things to be noted before proceeding to buy it

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    hi
    At least 2000 posts on the subect
    Some reflexion and reading might help
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    Quote Originally Posted by suryamk View Post
    Guys... I'm looking forward to buy an used Royal Enfield himalan snow White bs4.. I'll be seeing it Tomorrow... It was purchased on November 2017 and has done 13k kms till now... Can you guys tell me what are the things to be noted before proceeding to buy it
    With an RE, pretty much anything can be good or go wrong right after getting delivered. But jokes apart. Start off by checking the documents for valid insurance and what not, check for clean papers. Secondly, make sure the wiring of the bike is in tact, which is a tell tale sign to know if the bike has been abused. Too much exposed, shoddy and taped wiring would mean a potential problem later. Secondly, the general PDI follows here, lights, brakes, engine, tires all much be checked to satisfaction, MAINLY BATTERY before taking the keys.

    Finally and importantly, make sure the service record was followed by the prev owner, and replace engine oil if necessary, if the previous owner didn't. Warranty does play a big role when it comes to Royal Enfield. Warranty is applicable when periodic services are followed and logged in the owners manual.

    That's pretty much it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by suryamk View Post
    Guys... I'm looking forward to buy an used Royal Enfield himalan snow White bs4.. I'll be seeing it Tomorrow... It was purchased on November 2017 and has done 13k kms till now... Can you guys tell me what are the things to be noted before proceeding to buy it
    Also, Check for Chassis carefully for crack or repair.

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