Wiring a K3 clock to a K1 bike K3 Naked Clock




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Wiring a K3 clock to a K1 bike


K3 Naked Clock




K1 Wiring




Pin number

Wire colour

Function/to

Colour

Pin number

1

Red/White

Battery

Battery

Red

1

2

Orange/Green

Ignition Live

Ignition Live

Orange/Green

2

3

Orange/Red

Speed Sensor

Speed Sensor

Orange

3

4***

Brown/Black

ECM

Ignition Coil

Black/Yellow

4

5

Yellow/Black

Fuel Level

Fuel Level B

Light Green/Black

5*

6

Green/Yellow

Oil Pressure Gauge

Fuel Level A

Red/Black

6

7

Empty

NOTHING

Oil Pressure Gauge

Green/Yellow

7

8

Black/White

Ground (Power)

Ground (Power)

Black/White

8

9

Orange/Green

Ignition Live

Clock Lights

Grey

9**

10

Yellow

High Beam

High Beam

Yellow

10

11

Black

Turn Left

Turn Left

Black

11

12

Light Green

Turn Right

Turn Right

Light Green

12

13

Pink/White

Speed Sensor

Neutral Switch

Blue/Black

13

14***

Black/Green

ECM

Speed Sensor

Pink

14

15

Blue/Black

Neutral Switch

Water Temp Switch

Black/Green

15

16

Black/White

Ground (Power)

Ground (Signal)

Black/Brown

16

ISSUES


  1. The clock (tells the time) resets it’s self every time ignition is switched off. Possibly the live wire on the K1 to the clock is not permanently live. Will have to source a new wire that is and take feed from that.




  1. The tacho needle goes haywire once the ignition is switched on. Possibly due to the fact that the tacho sensor wires on the K3 goes to the ECM unit before returning to the front of the bike and then into the clock. I assume that there is a bit of electronic wizardry going on in the ECM.




  1. The check light comes on when the ignition is switched on but stays on permanently.




  1. There is no water temperature display.

*Only one of these wires is used (which one is up to you). K3 clock only has 1 fuel light warning rather than the 2 that the older model has.

**On the K1 clock pin 9 (grey) is not used for the morphing of the K3 clock. As clock lights will illuminate with the ignition on position.

*** Pin 4 & 14 on the clock are not used as the older model does not have an ECM unit.


NOTE: Some, but not all, of the wires are a direct connection from the clock to the loom. I have done enough of the correct wiring to get the speedometer, all warning lights and indicating lights to function. If anyone does better than I have so far then please let me know.


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