Kawasaki KEBC Actuator Removal and Wiring to Eliminate the Flashing 2/4 Lights.
How it Works.
When in 2WD, the switch sends a - signal to the controller through
the green wire. The controller sends no signal to the indicator as none
is needed for the 2WD light to remain on. When the switch is in the 4WD
position, the green wire has no signal and the controller sends a –
signal to the indicator to turn on the 4WD light.
Why Fix It?
If you unplug the KEBC actuator, the 2WD/4WD lights flash back and
forth. In order to fix the issue, you need to duplicate the signal to
How to bypass it.
The wires need to do this are located at the actuator controller
under the seat. The wire colors are green (signal from switch) and
green/white (signal to indicator). The green/white wire needs to see
ground when in 4WD and nothing when in 2WD; this is exactly backwards
from what the switch outputs to the controller. A SPDT relay is needed
to change the output around so the when the switch sends a – signal to
the relay and controller, the relay sends no signal to the dash
indicator and when the switch sends no signal to the relay, the relay
sends a – signal to the dash indicator.
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